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Police Release Surveillance Photos From Domino's Pizza Robbery

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The Bozeman Police Department has released surveillance photos of the Domino's Pizza robbery.

The robbery occurred on Sunday night at the Domino's Pizza on North 7th in Bozeman. The male suspect came into the pizza place, demanded all the money in the cash register and left.

The suspect also fired one round from a semi-automatic pistol near an employee.

The suspect can be described as medium build, approximately 5'8" to 6'0" tall, wearing a dark jack, dark pants and a clown mask.

Police say there are no significant developments in the investigation to report at this time.

If you have any information that can help police locate this suspect you are asked to call Bozeman Police at 582-2010 or Headwaters Crime Stoppers at 586-1131.

 

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