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Vito’s Pizza robbed at knife point in Monroe County

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A Vito's Pizza Shop was robbed at knife point early Monday morning in Bedford Township.

The Monroe County Sheriff's Office says it happened around midnight, at the eatery on the 7000 block of Lewis Avenue.

Officers say two male suspects waited to entered the store from the rear door after the last delivery was made.

One of the suspects was armed with a kitchen-style knife. The other was wielding a large, jagged rock. Officers say the men forced a store clerk to hand over the money from the register, then they fled the store through a rear door to the kitchen.

No arrests have been made. Anyone with information related to the robbery is asked to call the Monroe County Sheriff's Office at (734)240-7530.

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