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A man was arrested on suspicion of inserting razor blades into pizza dough that was later purchased by customers in Maine.
Nicholas Mitchell, 38, was arrested after Saco police identified him as a suspect in the food handling case.
On October 6, Saco Hannaford supermarket reported to police that razor blades had been found in Portland Pie’s pizza dough after a customer complained.
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The Saco Police Department identified Mitchell as a suspect and requested the public’s assistance in locating him
“Nicholas Mitchell is a former partner of The It’ll be Pizza Company, which makes Portland pie,” said a spokesman for the Saco Police Department.
Police added that at the time of the food handling incident, the suspect was driving a gray or silver 2005 Toyota Camry with a black left front fender and a sunroof with the registration ME 6134XP.
In a separate statement, Saco police confirmed that the suspect was arrested in Dover, New Hampshire, more than 50 miles from the Hannaford store.
“The NH Police Department located Nicholas Mitchell and detained him on his pending arrest warrant in the Hannaford Portland Pie Pizza Razor Blade case,” the Saco Police Department said.
Reason is Still Unknown
The reason for the suspicion of putting razor blades in the dough is not known. The Saco Police Department has been asked to provide additional comments.
Separately, Hannaford has issued a product recall “warning” urging all customers to purchase Portland Pie pizza dough and Portland Pie cheese, which were sold at a Hannaford deli 11 years ago and on October 11. , not to use them. consume and return the product to the store for a full refund.
Customers are also encouraged to check storage areas, including freezers, for products that may have been purchased and frozen during this time.
“Hannaford Supermarkets has recalled all Portland Pie cheeses and fresh pasta that are sold in delis,” the supermarket said in a statement.
“Following other dangerous incidents of handling metal objects used in Portland Pie products, Hannaford has recalled all Portland Pie products from all store shelves and suspended product restocking indefinitely.
“Hannaford continues to work with law enforcement agencies.”
Injuries or illnesses resulting from food handling have not been reported.