Yet Another Pizza Guy Gets Robbed. WTF?


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This one happened at the Domino's Pizza on South Grand Boulevard at Arsenal Street, right near the southeastern corner of Tower Grove Park, according to the city cops.

At 9:30 pm Monday, a Domino's employee -- described as a 37-year-old white male -- was outside, behind the restaurant. A man with a handgun approached him.

The employee later described the suspect this way: a black male, roughly six feet tall with a heavy build, wearing a blue hoodie, khaki pants, black shoes, and a bandana over his face.

The suspect demanded money, so the victim handed over $15. The suspect fled the scene.

These days, pizza delivery guys better have large balls or a large gun if they want to deliver that large pepperoni in St. Louis.  

On Friday, a Domino's driver was robbed by a guy in a Spiderman mask. Police have charged someone for that crime.

Last week, an Imo's driver was murdered for a few pizzas and a cell phone.

In September, a Papa Johns deliveryman was forced by robbers to give up his vehicle late in King's Oak.

Last May, a different Imo's driver was murdered in Hillsdale.

Now, the county cops are sending undercover officers into the field as delivery drivers.


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