Beverly Hills pizza workers aren’t spared from robbers as Domino’s Pizza experiences a knifepoint robbery, which remains as an open case today seeking the suspect. Police are hoping anyone would step up if they saw anything during the incident.
"We're hoping someone might have seen or known the suspect. He was supposedly hanging around just outside the store for 15 to 20 minutes before he entered," said Beverly Police Chief Mark Sams.
The police reported that the incident happened at Domino’s Fifth Street store, at around 10:30 in the evening. When the perpetrator entered, he immediately pointed a knife to the clerk and commanded the clerk to hand out money. The clerk then stepped back as the robber took it out of the cash register. Luckily, no one was hurt or injured but the suspect got away on foot.
Currently, the police could still not identify the robber but according to the clerk, the suspect was a thin white man who was around 6’3 – 6’7 tall. During the incident, the man was wearing a black long sleeved under armour shirt, a black short sleeved pull over, dark pants, tennis shoes and a glove.
"There are no leads at this time," Chief Deputy Mark Warden said. "We had a person of interest that night, but he was released after interrogation."
Hopefully police would soon catch the robber through the video footage that they will be reviewing, from the store’s security video footage.