Cherry Hill Police Seeking Suspect in Tire-Iron Robbery of Dunkin Donuts


Police say the man threatened a cashier with the tool, took cash from the register, and then drove off in an unidentified sedan. Authorities are seeking public assistance in identifying a suspect.

By Matt Skoufalos | October 4, 2018

Dunkin Donuts robbery suspect. Credit: CHPD.

Cherry Hill Police are looking to identify a man they said robbed a township Dunkin Donuts with a tire iron in the early morning hours of October 4.

According to a statement from police, the man entered the Dunkin Donuts in the 1800 block of Route 70 East just before 3 a.m. Thursday and brandished a tire iron at the cashier there.

He then allegedly jumped the counter, took cash from the drawer, and drove off in “an older model gray or silver four-door vehicle” that may be riding on a spare tire on the rear driver’s side, police said.

Dunkin Donuts robbery suspect. Credit: CHPD.

The suspect, shown here in surveillance photos of the incident, is described as a six-foot-tall, middle-aged man last seen wearing a blue Pac Man t-shirt and a black ball cap.

Anyone who can identify the man, or who has information about the incident is asked to call Cherry Hill detectives (856-488-7833) or Det. Tom Leone (856-432-8828 or

Information can also be provided anonymously at or via this webform.

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