The Domino’s on Dover Street in Easton was robbed at gunpoint on Wednesday at about 10:35 p.m., said Brent Miller, the assistant manager who was on duty when two men entered the store and demanded cash from the register.
“One guy waived a 9mm at my head and my stomach and threatened to kill me,” Miller said. “I’m pretty sure the other guy had a gun too.” Miller said the other suspect stood by the window as a look out.
First to arrive at the scene was a K-9 unit of the Easton Police Department — followed by Maryland State Police units moments later, Miller said.
Miller said the police arrived within a minute of the robbery.
Law enforcement officials in Easton, Centreville, and Chestertown believe the robbery fits the pattern of six other robberies over the last 30 days in all three jurisdictions.
Anyone with information can call,
TFC William Abey with MSP, 410-758-1101
Chestertown Police, 410-778-1800
Centreville Police, 410-758-8437
Easton Police, 410-822-1111