Newark New Jersey Theft SuspectNewark New Jersey police recently arrested an Irvington NJ man accused of covering up his own theft by telling law enforcement that was a robbery victim.

The suspect is a 22-year-old man who lives in Irvington NJ and works as the manager at a Domino’s Pizza in Newark, NJ. According to authorities, the suspect claimed that two men walked into the pizza shop, located at 51 Niagara Street in Newark NJ, after 3:00 a.m. and held him up with a gun

Detectives with the Newark Police Department conducted an investigation into the theft incident and eventually determined that the suspect may have been lying about the robbery. It is believed by authorities that the suspect conspired with another employee at the Newark NJ Domino’s and stole money from the pizza restaurant.

The suspect faces several criminal charges, including theft, conspiracy, and making false reports to police.

Additionally, since the Newark police investigation is active and ongoing, the suspect could face more criminal charges.

For further information about this case, access the article, “This Domino’s Pizza Manager Lied About Robbery to Hide Theft, Cops Say.”