A man seen on camera allegedly putting razor blades into pizza dough at a Maine supermarket was arrested Sunday, police say.
Saco Hannaford Supermarket in Saco, Maine notified police Oct. 6 of a possible food tampering incident, according to a statement from the Saco Police Department. A customer reportedly purchased Portland Pizza Pie Dough and found razor blades in the product, the report added. (RELATED: Over 40 Razor Blades Found At Michigan Park Playground, Authorities Say)
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Nicholas Mitchell has been taken into custody in the City of Dover, NH…
On Sunday evening, Dover N.H. police caught 38-year-old Nicholas Mitchell, a former employee of “It’ll be Pizza company,” which makes products for Portland Pie, Saco police said.
“This evening the Dover, NH Police Department located Nicholas Mitchell and took him into custody on the outstanding warrant for his arrest in the Hannaford’s Portland Pie pizza dough razor blade case,” the Saco Police Department announced in a statement Oct 11. (RELATED: Razor Blades In Booby-Trapped Trump Sign Slice City Worker Trying To Remove It)
Hannaford Supermarkets said in a statement that customers who purchased