Alleged Robber Dead After Shootout with Pizza Store Employee
An alleged robber was shot and killed during an exchange of gunfire Saturday night with an employee at Philadelphia’s George’s Famous Pizzeria.
The Philadelphia Inquirer reported that two alleged robbers entered the pizzeria around 8 p.m. “wearing hooded sweatshirts and masks.”
The alleged robber was pronounced dead approximately 30 minutes after entering the pizzeria.
6 ABC noted that “the second suspect fled from the pizza shop on foot.”
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