Nanaimo police arrest pizza outlet robbery suspect

NANAIMO – Suspect arrested in connection with July pizza outlet robbery.

Nanaimo Mounties believe they have their man in connection with the armed robbery of a Domino’s pizza restaurant on Norwell Drive in July.

The suspect, a 34-year-old Nanaimo man, was arrested Thursday.

Police had been looking for a suspect who was described as walking with a distinct waddle.

A search of his residence also turned up a pellet gun believed used in the robbery.

The suspect, whose identity will not be released until he is formally charged, was held in custody to appear in Nanaimo provincial court to face a recommended charge of robbery with a firearm.

Nanaimo News Bulletin