Masked Men Tie Up Domino’s Employees | NBC Connecticut

Masked Men Tie Up Domino’s Employees



    West Hartford Police are still investigating a sexual assault that happened on Fern Street in October.

    Two armed, masked men tied up a female Domino’s Pizza employee, robbed the shop and stole the an employee’s car on Wednesday night.

    The men tried to rob the female delivery worker in the parking lot of Domino’s on North Main Street in Danielson around 11:15 p.m., police said.

    They went into the shop, ordered the manager to the ground at gunpoint and tied his hands together, police said.

    The men, who were looking for cash, damaged the surveillance system and fled in a gray, 2007 Honda accord owned by one of the employees.

    State police are looking for the vehicle, which has Connecticut license plate 688 XZJ and has a a bumper sticker in the rear window that says, "I (heart) Domino’s Pizza." 

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