Pair with handgun, shotgun rob Happy’s Pizza driver in Dayton

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A pizza delivery driver was robbed at gunpoint while attempting to deliver an order, according to a Dayton police report.

Officers were dispatched around 10:10 p.m. to the 1100 block of Burleigh Avenue Tuesday on a reported robbery.

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Police met with a Happy's Pizza employee who said he was robbed by two males armed with a handgun and shotgun, read the report.

The driver reported that he was delivering an order to a Burleigh Avenue residence when a man approached his vehicle and put a handgun to his head.

The suspect told the victim to exit the vehicle and a second suspect approached the rear of the vehicle with a shotgun, according to the report.

The first suspect reportedly began to search the victim and took his cell phone and money while the other suspect took the pizzas out of the vehicle.

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The victim said once the first suspect went through his pockets he elbowed the man and got back into his vehicle, read the report. The victim reported that he put his vehicle into reverse and drove back to work.

As the victim was reversing the vehicle, the suspect with handgun fired once into the air, according to the report.

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