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McDonald pizza heist nets $32,000

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MCDONALD, Ohio - Police are looking for two suspects who stole thousands of dollars during a robbery at the Ianazone pizza shop on East Marshall Street.

Investigators are still compiling reports, but police say that the victim of Thursday's holdup told them that the thieves got away with $32,000.

The robbery occurred just before 7:30 am.

The victim says that the two men took the money and drove away in a white Chevy Cruze.

Stay connected with 21 News and wfmj.com for the latest on this developing story.




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