Pizza Robber Tracked Down on Facebook

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    Jamokae Smith , 22, was charged with armed robbery and aggravated robbery, according to Chicago Police News Affairs.

    A West Side man who allegedly stole a “football-shaped” pizza at gunpoint was reportedly arrested after one of the victims tracked him down on Facebook, prosecutors said.

    Jamokae Smith , 22, was charged with armed robbery and aggravated robbery, according to Chicago Police News Affairs.

    Smith allegedly pointed a gun at two people delivering his pizza on Nov. 9 in the 5000 block of West Wabansia Avenue while another robber ran off with the pizza and $13 cash, the Chicago Tribune reported.

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    Assistant State’s Attorney Anthony Lucafo said in bond court Saturday that one of the delivery workers searched the number Smith used to order the pizza on Facebook and found his profile with pictures of him, according to the Tribune.

    Smith was reportedly held on $250,000 bail. The other person involved in the robbery hasn’t been charged.
     

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