Bojangles', Crimestoppers Offer $10,000 Reward For Robberies Tips

By: April Davis
By: April Davis

Bojangles’ said in a press release Tuesday, that it has partnered with Crimestoppers organizations in Pitt, Greene, Wilson, Martin and Beaufort counties to offer up to $10,000 in rewards for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the group or individuals responsible for recent robberies i eastern carolina.

Just this month, 5 Bojangles in the east have been robbed. The following locations were robbed on these dates: January 9th- Farmville, January 11th- Greenville, January 13th- Williamston, January 16th- Wilson, and January 23rd- Snow Hill.

On top of the $5,000 in Crimestoppers reward money ($1,000 for each county’s organization) Bojangles’ is also offering up to an additional $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the Bojangles’ robberies, for a total of up to $10,000 in rewards.

Tands, Inc./Bojangles’ says it has also increased security to safeguard the well-being of its guests and employees, which the company says is its number one priority.

“There is nothing more important than the safety and peace of mind of our team members and loyal customers,” said Greg Smith, head of security and spokesperson for Bojangles’ and Tands, Inc. “We have added a number of security measures – some that will be obvious to provide reassurance to our guests, and others that will not be noticeable to the average person – to ensure our restaurants are a safe place for members of our community to work and to dine.”

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  • by pete Location: grifton on Jan 25, 2012 at 06:10 AM
    Lock all of them up in central prison in one big fenced in area throw in guns&knives offer to let the last one standing be given a trip to either north korea or Iran with $25,000 spending money and a kilo of cocaine.offer it on pay per view and use the money to help feed the needy.
  • by Formerly O.L.I. Location: ENC on Jan 25, 2012 at 05:54 AM
    Well, the way I see it is, if someone steps forward AFTER ALL THIS TIME and knows whodunnit, they are involved. What dummy would now jump up and go "Ooh! Ooh ooh! I suddenly remember whodunnit!" Second, guess BoJ. has more money than I thought.
  • by PR hogwash on Jan 25, 2012 at 05:41 AM
    All they care about is their profit margin.
  • by Mabye this will need the fast food industry on Jan 25, 2012 at 05:35 AM
    If you eat there you're killing yourself already.
  • by Questions. on Jan 25, 2012 at 04:25 AM
    I'm pretty sure Boajngles needs to check into it's employees as well. How would those people know the exact time to go rob them? Have you noticed that the only "chicken" fast food chain that hasn't been robbed yet is Chick-Fil-A?? I just hope these people get caught and I hope soon. I feel bad for the people working for these companies I would be frightened to go to work.
  • by DIXIECHICK Location: ENC on Jan 25, 2012 at 03:49 AM
    It's great that Bojangles is putting up a reward, but is KFC going to help also? I don' t understand why the two restaurants won't pay for off duty officers out of their own funds. Put the officer n a restaurant uniform and let him go from the front to the back of the store, never staying in one place. That's too obvious. Put him reading training material like a new employee would and just be able to watch the store.
  • by Alpha Location: Lenoir on Jan 25, 2012 at 02:59 AM
    This is a Bovine conspiracy supported by them Chik-fil-a cows!!! I am thankful that the employees haven't been harmed. This being said, the penalties for this kind of robbery need to be expressed. Knowing the time deters the crime.
  • by Concerned Citizen Location: ENC on Jan 24, 2012 at 11:20 PM
    This is no laughing matter. These idiots need to be caught and prosecuted to the fullest. I remember the story of a convenience story employee being shot in the head and left for dead. What did the company do? Fire him because of his extensive medical bills. Is this how we protect our people who are hard working citizens?
  • by Shine Location: NE NC on Jan 24, 2012 at 09:20 PM
    After the trend started it would have been alot less inexpensive to hire some off duty LEO's to sit in until closing. There is a recycling center outside of Tarboro that has a Sheriff vehicle there from closing until the next day and 24 hrs. on the weekends. Oh.... with a deputy in the car.
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      by Eastern NC LEO on Jan 25, 2012 at 08:28 AM in reply to Shine
      and im sure that recycling center is paying that officer out of their own pocket.
  • by Hamburgler on Jan 24, 2012 at 08:46 PM
    The Hanburgler has upgraded to hand guns...
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