Police seek thieves from Frank's Pizzeria

Last updated: July 3, 2013 - 2:28pm


Police are looking for more information on the two men identified by red arrows, who are seen in surveillance video taking money from the register at Frank's Pizzeria on Main Street. (Special to the Press Enterprise/Bower Media)
BLOOMSBURG - Police are looking for help identifying two men who grabbed around $600 from the register at Frank's Pizzeria early Wednesday morning. The theft took place at 12:33 a.m. Wednesday. A surveillance video shows one man in a red tank top with an ID card lanyard around his neck punching keys on the register before a cash drawer opens up. Then he and another man next to him grab and pocket cash from the register. The missing money represented almost an entire day's sales, said restaurant owner Frank Nash. If you have any information on the suspects involved in the theft, town Ptlm. Ryan Edgar can be reached at 784-6779, according to a press release from Bower Security. Here's the surveillance video:Reporter Pete Kendron will have more on the theft in Thursday's Press Enterprise.

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