Cambridge man arrested on robbery charges

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EASTON, Md. – A Cambridge man was arrested over the weekend in connection to a robbery that happened late last month.

According to police, the incident happened on July 22nd at around 1:40 p.m., at Domino’s Pizza in Easton. It was learned that a male, later identified as 31-year-old Tyrone Camper Jr., walked to the front counter and made contact with an employee. He then reportedly demanded money and told the employee that he had a gun.

Police say he obtained less than $100 in cash and fled north on North Higgins Street. No employees were injured during the robbery.

On Sunday, Salisbury Police arrested Camper on an arrest warrant obtained by Easton Police, charging him with armed robbery, robbery, and theft less than $100. Salisbury Police also charged Camper for committing armed robberies. He was held without bond.

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