Two Ossining pizza shop burglary suspects nabbed with the dough

Police say a call from a concerned neighbor helped deliver two Ossining pizza shop burglary suspects to the authorities quickly Tuesday.

Police say they received a call from a neighbor about two men breaking into a Domino?s Pizza on South Highland Avenue around 7 a.m. Investigators say the men stole a safe and some cash and took off in a minivan. A description of the vehicle went out over the county police hotline and within minutes the two were pulled over by Sleepy Hollow and Briarcliff police about a mile from the pizza shop. Officers found the safe and money inside the car and arrested the suspects.

Detectives say police departments working together along with the concerned citizen's phone call led to the quick arrests.

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