A Domino’s shop donated all its sales Sunday to the family of one of its pizza delivery drivers who was ambushed and fatally shot.
Richard Labar was shot Tuesday while delivering two pizzas on the campus of East Stroudsburg University, according to WNEP.
“It was a real tragedy. It has taken all of us by shock,” Woody Hermey, director of operations at the restaurant, told WFMZ."This is actually the first day that we have had any smiles in the restaurant in the last week."
The store decided that all its sales from 10:30 a.m. Sunday until 2 a.m. Monday would go to Labar’s family, according to WFMZ.
Israel Berrios, 17, his girlfriend Carolina Carmona, 30, and her brother Salvador Roberts, 21, were arrested and charged with murder and robbery, according to WNEP.
The trio planned to rob Labar but ended up shooting him, according to police. Berrios admitted during a preliminary arraignment that he shot Labar, according to WNEP.
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