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Former worker accused of putting razor blades in pizza dough

2020-10-13T14:15:46.921Z

Nicholas Mitchell was arrested after a customer found blades in pizza dough, authorities said. By Tim Stelloh - NBC News  A former employee of a pizza company, It'll Be Pizza, was arrested Sunday in New Hampshire after razors were found in pizza dough at a Maine grocery store, authorities said. Nicholas Mitchell, 38, is facing criminal charges after a surveillance camera recorded him inside the Hannaford supermarket in Saco, south of Portland, Saco Police Deputy Chief Corey Huntress said.



By Tim Stelloh - NBC News 

A former employee of a pizza company, It'll Be Pizza, was arrested Sunday in New Hampshire after razors were found in pizza dough at a Maine grocery store, authorities said.

Nicholas Mitchell, 38, is facing criminal charges after a surveillance camera recorded him inside the Hannaford supermarket in Saco, south of Portland, Saco Police Deputy Chief Corey Huntress said.

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The supermarket contacted authorities on October 6 after a customer found razor blades in the mass bought from the store, police said in a statement.

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Mitchell was detained in Dover, about 45 minutes south of Saco, according to the police department.

Mike White, CEO of the supply company, said in a statement Monday that Mitchell is a former employee.

White added that Hannaford Supermarket - which has locations throughout Maine - had the brand of dough that Mitchell is accused of putting the razor blades removed.

Nicholas Mitchell of Dover, charged with putting razor blades in pizza dough sold Oct. 5 at a Hannaford supermarket in Saco, Maine. Dover Police Department via AP

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The It'll Be Pizza company had signaled other retailers to also issue recall notices from Aug. 1 to Oct. 11, White said.

It was not immediately clear why Mitchell no longer worked for the company.

The statement said that White would not provide additional details due to an ongoing police investigation.

Huntress said Mitchell was being held at the Strafford County Jail in New Hampshire, where he faces an escape charge.

If Mitchell is extradited to Maine, he will face additional charges there, Huntress said.

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It was unclear if Mitchell has an attorney.

Huntress said investigators had not yet identified a potential motive.

Mitchell is due to appear in court for arraignment this Tuesday.

With information from AP.

Source: telemundo

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