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Police hunt down Domino’s scooter thief with tracker app 

  • A 17-year-old thief stole a Domino’s scooter from a franchise in Sydney’s west
  • The thief didn’t think of an escape plan as police used the track app to find him
  • The alleged thief has since been charged and will appear in court at a later date
  • A Domino’s spokesperson assures us no pizza was hurt during this incident

A teenager who tried to steal a Domino’s scooter has bitten off more than he could chew after police used the company’s delivery tracker app to hunt him down.

The Honda scooter was taken from the back of the Domino’s Auburn store at about 5:45pm on Wednesday.

A Domino’s spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia that police were able to use tracker technology installed to monitor deliveries to catch the thief.

A 17-year-old stole a scooter from a Domino’s pizza chain and was tracked down with the pizza app

‘Police were able to use the Company’s sophisticated GPS Driver Tracker technology to locate both the scooter and the perpetrator,’ said the Domino’s spokesperson. 

‘The scooter has since been returned safely to the store.’ 

A police spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia that police were able to track the teenager down about an hour later. 

‘Police were able to track the Honda to Bright Park at Guildford about an hour later.

‘The teenager attempted to flee on foot but was caught and arrested a short time later.’ 

The alleged thief has been charged and will appear at the Children's Court at a later date

The alleged thief has been charged and will appear at the Children’s Court at a later date

The alleged thief was then taken to Auburn Police Station where he was charged with four offences. 

A Domino’s spokesperson has assured the public no pizza was hurt in the incident.

He is set to appear at the Children’s Court at a later date.

Domino's spokesperson has assured the public no pizza was hurt in this incident

Domino’s spokesperson has assured the public no pizza was hurt in this incident

 

 

 

 

 

 

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