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Friday, December 23, 2011

VIDEO: Pizza D' smashed by hit-and-run driver

Posted By on Fri, Dec 23, 2011 at 8:18 AM

FROM THE VIDEO: Car smashes Pizza D.
  • FROM THE VIDEO: Car smashes Pizza D'.

We reported earlier about the hit-and-run driver who, early last Thursday, mashed into the front window of Pizza D'Action on West Markham Street at Kavanaugh in Stifft Station. No one was inside, fortunately.

Now comes Forbidden Hillcrest with video, provided by Josh Doering and Pizza D', from a couple of those increasingly ubiquitous surveillance cameras. It captures a car that missed the curve, plowed into the restaurant, then backed up and motored away.

Pizza D' is open, plywood sheet on the front and all. The license of the car was recorded, at least partially, but I don't know if police have made an arrest yet.

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