Mobile Police Arrest Two Accused of Robbery

Mobile Police Arrest Two Accused of Robbery

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MOBILE, Ala. -

Mobile Police have arrested two people accused of robbing the Little Caesar's pizza restaurant on July 21.

Around 7:00 that night, police were dispatched to the pizza joint on 8694 Cottage Hill Road in reference to the business.

The cashier stated two subjects entered the business One was armed with a gun, and demanded money. 

The cashier complied and subjects fled on foot. 

Investigation revealed 45 year-old Carla Carter and 26 year-old Andre Payne were involved in this robbery.  

On August 3, 2013, Carter and Payne were located and arrested at a residence at the 6900 block of Old Pascagoula Road.  Both were charged with Robbery First Degree.  The investigation is ongoing.

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