LANCASTER – A 21-year-old Lancaster man was arrested Thursday morning for allegedly robbing three local restaurants within the past week.
Corey Santifer was arrested around 8 a.m. after victims and witnesses identified Santifer as the man who robbed Wienerschnitzel on Friday, Baskin Robbins on Sunday, and Del Taco on Wednesday.
The following is the press release from the Lancaster Station:
On September 21 [at 10:59 a.m.], the Wienerschnitzel, located at 601 West Avenue J, was robbed by a male black adult who threatened he had a gun.
On September 23 [at 8:30 p.m.], the Baskin Robins, located at 44150 10th Street West in Lancaster, was robbed by a male black adult who threatened he had a gun.
On September 26 [at 7:10 a.m.], the Del Taco, located at 1138 West Avenue I in Lancaster, was robbed by a male black adult who threatened he had a gun.
While conducting an investigation into these recent robberies, members of the Lancaster Sheriff’s Station Robbery Suppression Team located suspect Santifer in a vacant house on the 1300 block of Ivesbrook Street, in Lancaster, and arrested him for possession of known stolen property and trespassing.
The Robbery Suppression Team were able to contact victims and witnesses of the three robberies who positively identified suspect Santifer as the perpetrator of these crimes.
The Robbery Suppression Team is continuing their investigation into these robberies.