A man wanted for pistol-whipping a worker during a robbery at a Philadelphia Little Caesars is in custody thanks to an off-duty police sergeant. Police say the sergeant had passed the pizza shop on the 5900 block of Lancaster Avenue in Overbrook around 6:50 p.m. Sunday when he saw a man leaving with a gun.
The sergeant called for backup and followed the armed man in his private vehicle. Responding officers were able to make the arrest. The suspect faces multiple charges. The 37-year-old woman injured during the robbery is hospitalized in stable condition.
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