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Peyton Manning-Owned Papa John's Robbed In Denver During Broncos-Chiefs Game

11/18/2013 01:54 pm ET
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While Peyton Manning and his Broncos were robbing the Kansas City Chiefs of their undefeated season, a Manning-owned Papa John's was being robbed in Denver.

TMZ Sports first reported that the Papa John's near the University of Denver was robbed last night around 7:30 p.m., right in the middle of the Broncos-Chiefs game.

A Denver Police Department spokesperson told CBS Sports that at this time it's believed that the only crime committed was taking money out of the cash register at the pizza shop. It remains unclear just how much cash was taken and if, as TMZ reported, the suspects had guns.

No one was injured in the incident.

The suspects are described as two men in their 20s and are thought to be involved in two other robberies, including one at another pizza shop -- Big Daddy's Pizza on Colfax Ave. -- during Sunday's game, according to KDVR.

Back in 2012, Manning purchased 21 Papa John' s stores in the Denver area. The shops, which sell discounted pizzas when the Broncos win, have reportedly been making some serious dough.

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