Cleveland police ask for public’s help after pizza shop robbed at gunpoint

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CLEVELAND- The Cleveland Division of Police Second District is asking for information after the Georgio’s Pizza on Denison Avenue was robbed at gunpoint on July 3.

One man pointed a gun at employees while a second suspect jumped the counter and took money from the register, Cleveland police said.

Both suspects, who were wearing hospital masks and gloves, fled northbound.

Anyone with information should contact Det. Janet Murphy at 216-623-5218 or by email at

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Georgio's Pizza

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