Delivery driver mugged at gunpoint

 
Sept. 5, 2002

BETHLEHEM, Pa. -- A pizza delivery driver was robbed at gunpoint of close to $250 following a Sept. 3 nighttime delivery.

According to the Express-Times, the Domino's Pizza driver suffered minor injuries when one of a possible four suspects stuck a gun into his neck and demanded his money, while another punched him in the face repeatedly.

No arrests have been made in the case.

The 20-year-old driver, who was not identified, gave the following account to police:

Just after completing a 10 p.m. delivery, the driver picked up a friend, who asked for a ride. As soon as he dropped the friend off, a masked man approached the driver's side window, stuck the barrel of a gun into his neck and demanded money.

A second unmasked man approached the passenger's side window and struck the driver several times in the face. The driver handed over his cash and then covered his face to block the punches.

All suspects then fled on foot in an unknown direction, and the driver called for help on his cellular phone.


Topics: Crime


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