Police: Employee gave suspect information to use in Little Caesars armed robbery

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Two men have been arrested in connection with the armed robbery of the Little Caesars Pizza in Avon last week.

Rameil Pitamber, a 17-year-old Ben Davis High School student, was charged as an adult with armed robbery, theft and four counts of criminal confinement with a deadly weapon.

During the investigation, police determined Derrek Berryhill, an 18-year-old employee of the restaurant, provided information to Pitamber about the restaurant and the employees that would be working there at the time of the robbery.

Berryhill was charged with one count of conspiracy to commit armed robbery and one count of conspiracy to commit theft.

On Jan. 26, cameras caught a masked man armed with a gun enter the Little Caesars.  Employees were ordered at gunpoint to tie themselves up.

Pitamber and Berryhill were transported to the Hendricks County Jail.

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