The Blytheville Police Department is investigating an armed robbery and an exchange of gunfire that occurred Wednesday night at Domino’s Pizza. It was the second robbery in three months at the pizza place according to Courier News.
At approximately 9 p.m. Wednesday three unknown suspects, all wearing dark colors and hoodies, entered the pizza place, located at 400 N. Sixth St., and demanded money. Domino’s manager Sarah Cherry, who had been in the back, came to the front of the store to see what was happening, when she was shot at by one of the suspects.
Armed, Cherry fired several shots back at the suspects as they fled the store, heading east, according to witnesses.
Police are actively investigating several people of interest, according to Criminal Investigation Division Capt. Scott Adams, who urged anyone with any information regarding the incident to come forward. A $1,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrests and conviction of the three suspects involved.
No injuries were reported with the incident, and Adams said Cherry acted bravely.
“Although it is not the Police Department’s recommendation to fight with armed suspects, we do strongly believe in personal protection of businesses and people whom are not convicted felons,” he said. “The store manager showed great courage in protecting herself and her employees.”
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