Armed robbery in Centerville; Carbon monoxide incident in Yarmouth

Armed robbery at Centerville restaurant
Second robbery reported just hours later at the Cash Market

    
A detective gets equipment out at a robbery scene in Centerville                        Frank Paparo
CENTERVILLE - Police are seeking a man who held up a Centerville restaurant at gunpoint early Sunday evening. It happened at Cape Cod Chicken  in the Centerville Plaza on Falmouth Road (Route 28) when a man reportedly brandishing a handgun made off with an undetermined amount of cash. No one was injured in the restaurant. Barnstable Police worked the scene using K-9 dogs. A county investigation officer is seen here taking photographs and checking for fingerprints. Just before 9 PM another armed robbery was reported at the Cash Market on River Road in Marstons Mills.  A similar description of a white male in his late 20's has Police are trying to determine if the same subject is responsible for both heists. We'll bring you further details as we get them from Barnstable Police. Photo courtesy of Frank Paparo.

Alleged shoplifter arrested in Hyannis
HYANNIS - Barnstable Police were called to the TJ Maxx store in the Airport Plaza shortly before 3:30 PM. 

CWN Cameras were there as a woman was questioned and then taken into custody on suspicion of shoplifting.

The suspect was taken to the police station and is expected to be arraigned in Barnstable District Court Monday morning. 

Photo courtesy of Frank Paparo.

4 treated after carbon monoxide scare in Yarmouth
YARMOUTH
- Fire officials believe an oil burner malfunction was to blame for elevated levels of carbon monoxide that filled a Yarmouth home Sunday morning. Rescuers responded to the Winslow Gray Road home sometime after 8 AM after a report of smoke in the basement and discovered the high concentration of the colorless, odorless gas. Three people including two young children were taken to Cape Cod Hospital for evaluation and another person was treated at the scene. 

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