Stolen cash registers found in dumpster; police look for alleged robber

Stolen cash registers found in dumpster; police look for alleged robber


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SALT LAKE CITY — Police continue to look for a man accused of removing two cash registers from a restaurant last month.

On Jan. 13, around 7 a.m., a man broke into a Gandolfo's restaurant at 719 E. 2100 South, taking two cash registers.

The cash registers were later located in a dumpster at Supersonic Car Wash, 1269 E. 2100 South. No information was available as to whether or not any cash had been removed from the register.

Police believe the alleged robber may be responsible for other burglaries in Sugar House.

The man is described as a clean-shaven, balding white male in his 30s.

Surveillance video shows the man driving a red 2000 Ford Taurus with Utah centennial plates.

Anyone with information is asked to call 801-799-3000 or send anonymous tips by texting TIPSLCPD and information to CRIMES (274637) in reference to case number 13-6416.

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