1 Star: Man Takes Uber After Robbing Dunkin Donuts, Cops Say
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A Long Island man allegedly used an Uber to get home from an armed robbery at a Dunkin Donuts, police say
Andrew Sandson handed a cashier a note saying he had a gun before demanding cash, Suffolk County Police said
A customer at the store took down the getaway car's license plate; police say the Uber driver was not involved in the alleged crime
If you don't want to mess up your Uber rider rating, don't use it as the getaway car for an armed robbery.
A Brentwood man is under arrest after Suffolk County police say he robbed a local Dunkin Donuts late Sunday evening with the unwitting help of the rideshare service.
Cops say Andrew Sandson, 57, entered the Suffolk Avenue store just after 9:30 p.m. and handed over a note saying he had a gun and wanted cash.
The employee at the register complied and Sandson, who never actually showed a gun, left with the money and fled in a car.
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