One of Peyton Manning’s Papa John’s restaurants reportedly robbed during Broncos-Chiefs game
One of the most popular strategies burglars use when robbing houses is to familiarize themselves with the homeowner’s schedule so they know when the house will be vacant. Does that same concept apply for the Papa John’s restaurants that Peyton Manning owns when the Denver Broncos are playing?
As you know, the Broncos picked up arguably their biggest win of the season on Sunday night against the division-leading Kansas City Chiefs. While that was going on, one of the Papa John’s stores Manning was reportedly the site of an armed robbery.
According to TMZ, two masked suspects with guns entered the Papa John’s near the University of Denver at around 7:30 p.m. They demanded that the employees empty their cash registers and then made a successful getaway. Fortunately, no one was injured. Police say the suspects are believed to be two men in their 20s and that their description matches that of the suspects from several other robberies the same night.
Manning owns 21 Papa John’s stores in the Colorado area. If he happened to be eating dinner at the one near the University of Denver on Sunday night, things wouldn’t have gone down so smoothly for the thieves.