A Domino’s pizza delivery driver was reportedly robbed at gunpoint in Dayton Tuesday evening, according to a Dayton police report.
Since May 12, this is at least the sixth reported armed robbery of a Domino’s delivery driver in Dayton -- with three occurring within a 24-hour span.
The driver was delivering pizzas in the 100 block of East Bruce Avenue around 10:15 p.m. when she called the purported customer, but received no answer, police say. She reportedly exited the vehicle, and noticed a woman sitting on the porch of the residence. While approaching her, the driver felt a gun pressed on her back, and a man demanded for her keys and her phone, read the report.
The driver turned around, and reportedly tussled with the gunman before he struck her on the forehead with a black pistol. The two suspects grabbed the pizzas, and fled on foot behind the residence, read the report.
The driver returned to the Domino’s store, and called the police. Police searched the surrounding area, but did not locate any of the suspects.
The female suspect is described as in her 20s, 5-foot-4, 120 pounds, last seen wearing a black hoodie and black pants. The male suspect is described as in his 20s, 5-foot-8, medium build, last seen wearing a black hoodie, holding a black pistol.
Police later discovered that the residence was a vacant structure, read the report.
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