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3 more pizza deliverymen robbed

By TERRI SANGINITI   

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Nov. 26, 2008. Two teenagers were arrested Friday night in a string of unrelated armed
food delivery robberies, police spokesman Cpl. Trinidad Navarro said.

Two teenagers were arrested Friday night in a string of unrelated armed
food delivery robberies, police spokesman Cpl. Trinidad Navarro said.

About
7:30 p.m. Friday, a 36-year-old deliveryman was robbed at gunpoint in
Christiana when he went to deliver food to a home in the first block of
Ann Marie Drive in the Chapman Woods community.

The Papa John’s
Pizza driver told police that after parking his car in front of the
home, he was accosted by a man who placed an object he believed to be a
gun to the back of his neck and demanded money.

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The driver turned over cash and the assailant, described as a man between 17-20 years old ran off.

Saturday
about 11:15 p.m., a 76-year-old Seasons Pizza driver reported that he
went to an address in the first block of Doe Run Court in the Arundel
Apartments in Pike Creek to deliver an order.

Two men confronted
him as he approached the door and stole his cell phone, pizza order and
cash before running toward one of the buildings, Navarro said.

The third robbery occurred about 7 p.m. Sunday in the Midway Plaza Apartments in Stanton.

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