Ibaraki cops: Thieves wielding crowbar rob Domino’s Pizza of ¥3.3 million

Suspects in ski masks threatened to hurt manager of outlet in Mito

Two thieves robbed a Domino's Pizza outlet in Mito City early Friday
Two thieves robbed a Domino’s Pizza outlet in Mito City early Friday

IBARAKI (TR) – Ibaraki Prefectural Police are seeking two men in the robbery of more than three million yen from a Domino’s Pizza outlet in Mito City, reports Fuji News Network (Sept. 30).

At approximately 1:00 a.m. on Friday, two men in ski masks and wielding a crowbar approached the 31-year-old male manager of the Shimoichi branch of the chain as he exited the establishment after closing. “If you don’t want to get hurt, cough up some money,” they reportedly threatened.

After going back into the store, the men took 3.3 million yen in cash from a safe. The money was proceeds from the outlet.

There were no injuries in the incident.

Police are seeking the whereabouts of both men. In addition to the ski masks, the men wore dark clothing. They both stand approximately 170 centimeters in height.

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