Cape Coral detectives arrest second suspect in Domino’s robbery
Cape Coral police detectives assigned to the U.S. Marshal’s Office Fugitive Task Force located and arrested
a second man in connection with the robbery of the Domino’s Pizza restaurant at 3904 Skyline Blvd last Thursday.
Brandon Dahl, 19, of Cape Coral, was charged Monday with armed robbery.
Cape Coral detectives developed probable cause for Dahl’s arrest and requested the help of the Marshals Office to track him down, officials said.
Dahl was taken into custody after he was found hiding inside of a bathroom cabinet in his apartment at 909 S.W. 47th Terrace, Cape Coral police said.
Nathan Tucker, 25, was arrested for his alleged involvement in the crime on Friday.
According to police, two men had entered the Domino’s shortly after 4 p.m. and robbed the business of cash.
Shortly after, detectives developed Tucker as a suspect and began searching for him. Tucker was arrested by FHP while walking along I-75 on Feb. 8.
Detectives interviewed Tucker while he was in custody where he confessed to the robbery, according to police.