Domino’s Pizza driver says $50 worth of food was stolen while making a delivery in Dayton

A Domino’s Pizza driver says $50 worth of food was stolen from him while making a delivery this morning in Dayton.

According to a Dayton police report, the driver says he arrived at an apartment complex in the 120 block of W. Fifth Street at approximately 1:30 a.m. where he was met by several individuals.

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The driver told police a black female in her 20s, wearing red pants and a gray tank top with long dreadlocks and a nose ring, was standing on a sidewalk outside of the apartment searching her pockets for money. When she went inside the apartment building, the driver said a black male in his 20s with long dreads wearing a black hoodie and pants approached him and engaged in a 10-minute conversation with him.

The driver said the man then snatched the pizza bag and ran off around the building. Standing with the man was another black male with short hair wearing red pants and no shirt, the driver stated in the report.

Domino’s Pizza management said the phone number provided for the order has been used for several orders and is a repeat customer.

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According to the report, two elderly males told the officer who responded they saw several people run inside the building before the officer arrived. They advised the officer the building has several surveillance cameras.

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