Robbers rip off Domino's worker for pizzas, chicken wings, heated carrier

tchitwood@ledger-enquirer.comOctober 29, 2012 

Columbus police are reporting that three men robbed a Domino's Pizza worker Sunday.

The 34-year-old woman working for the pizza chain was on a porch at 721 23rd St. when the three men snatched the food and the carrier she had it in, officers said.

The loot was listed as three pizzas, two boxes of chicken wings, and a "heat-wave pizza carrier" that alone was worth $100, police reported. The total value of the stolen goods was $175.45, investigators said.

The robbers were described as black men 18-24 years old. One was 5 foot 6, 120 pounds and wearing a black hooded shirt. Another was 6 feet, 230 pounds with short dreadlocks and wearing a black shirt. No more detailed description of the third was listed.

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