Fired employee arrested for pizza shop robbery

 
Dec. 2, 2002

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. -- A former employee of a Papa John's pizza store in Williamsport was arrested in connection with the Nov. 25 robbery of the outlet.

According to the Associated Press, 18-year-old Christopher Keyes was arrested on Dec. 1, after police suspected he and another masked accomplice robbed the shop using a handgun and a stun gun. The pair took about $300.

No one on staff was seriously injured during the daylight robbery, and police continue to look for the second suspect.

According to police, Keyes was fired several weeks ago for allegedly stealing from the store.

He currently is being held on $200,000 bail.


Topics: Crime


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