TULSA - Police say an employee at a Tulsa pizza place helped a man rob the store, then took off with part of the loot.
On March 3, Little Caesar's near 4th and Sheridan was held up at gunpoint by a black male, later identified as Bobby Gilton.
Gilton, 19, was arrested the next day for robbery with a firearm and pointing a deadly weapon.
Police say further investigation revealed Gilton had an accomplice -- 22-year-old Brittany Payne, an employee at the restaurant.
During Payne's interview, police say she admitted planning the robbery and taking $1,500 from the money taken during the robbery. She said Gilton took the rest.
According to the police report, Payne said the store's safes contained $3,300 at the time of the heist.
Payne was arrested Thursday for robbery with a firearm. She's being held in lieu of $50,000 bond.
Glton is in jail on $70,000 bond.
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