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Robbers who shot manager got nothing
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Hinesville police detectives confirmed Thursday nothing was stolen in an armed robbery that put a Domino’s store manager in the hospital with gunshot wounds to the arm and chest.
Ray Huff, 51, of Hinesville was shot through a closed door during a robbery that occurred on Monday at the Domino’s Pizza store at 327 W.` Memorial Drive in Hinesville.
Store employees told police two masked men robbed the store. The men, one of whom was armed with a “long gun,” escaped on foot, according to the police report.
Huff was taken by ambulance to Memorial Health University Medical Center. No one else was injured in the robbery.
Hinesville detective Maj. Thomas Cribbs said police have not developed any suspects at this time. The investigation is ongoing.
Cribbs said that to his knowledge Huff is recovering from his injuries.
“As far as we know, he’s fine,” Cribbs said. “We spoke to his son and he said (his dad) is improving. The hospital cannot give out any information.”
Memorial Health University Medical Center spokesperson Michael Notrica said Tuesday he could not give out information on Huff because the robbery victim was not in the hospital’s patient registry. Patients may opt to withhold their medical information from the public, Notrica said.
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