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Armed robber hits Dublin pizza parlor

An armed robbery at a pizza parlor in Dublin Thursday night marked the fourth robbery in Pulaski County in less than a month.
According to a press release from Dublin Police Department, a black male entered Ciro’s Pizza on West Main Street in Dublin around 10:30 p.m. Thursday, presented a gun and demanded money.
The man was identified as being light-skinned, five foot, seven inches to five foot, 10 inches tall. He was wearing a beige hooded jacket.
Anyone having information on the robbery is asked to call Dublin police at 674-5167 during normal business hours or 980-7800 after business hours.
The robbery was the fourth restaurant-related robbery in the county since Oct. 30.
Two Fairlawn restaurants, Troy’s and King Buffet, were robbed within four minutes of one another late Oct. 30 and a pizza delivery driver was robbed in the Town of Pulaski in the early-morning hours of Nov. 1.
Three Pulaski residents have been charged in the Oct. 30 robberies.
No arrest has been made in the delivery driver robbery. That suspect was described as being a black male.

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Armed robber hits Dublin pizza parlor

An armed robbery at a pizza parlor in Dublin Thursday night marked the fourth robbery in Pulaski County in less than a month.
According to a press release from Dublin Police Department, a black male entered Ciro’s Pizza on West Main Street in Dublin around 10:30 p.m. Thursday, presented a gun and demanded money.
The man was identified as being light-skinned, five foot, seven inches to five foot, 10 inches tall. He was wearing a beige hooded jacket.
Anyone having information on the robbery is asked to call Dublin police at 674-5167 during normal business hours or 980-7800 after business hours.
The robbery was the fourth restaurant-related robbery in the county since Oct. 30.
Two Fairlawn restaurants, Troy’s and King Buffet, were robbed within four minutes of one another late Oct. 30 and a pizza delivery driver was robbed in the Town of Pulaski in the early-morning hours of Nov. 1.
Three Pulaski residents have been charged in the Oct. 30 robberies.
No arrest has been made in the delivery driver robbery. That suspect was described as being a black male.

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