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Man Uses Concrete Block, Gun To Rob Tulsa Pizza Store

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Tulsa Police are looking for the robber who forced a Domino's Pizza worker into a freezer.

Officers said the robber used a cinder block and threw it through a glass door to force his way inside the restaurant near 26th and Harvard Thursday morning.

They said the robber pointed a pistol at the store's assistant manager and forced him to empty everything from the register into a sack.

Officers said after he collected the money, he made the victim go into the freezer and told him to stay there.

The masked robber left through the back door of the restaurant.

A delivery driver noticed the shattered glass and found the victim in the freezer - police said he's doing okay.

Police said the Halloween mask kept the victim from giving them a good suspect description.

"We don't really have a lot of information but we're going through the video camera seeing what we can lead from that," Officer Billy Hursh said.

Detectives continue their investigation, so if you know anything about the robbery call police.

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