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Pizza Delivery Man Robbed Of Pies, Had No Cash

Two things are obvious.  Pizza is good, robbers are bad.  And sometimes robbers strike out.

Friday night a pizza delivery man was robbed at knife point.  The victim was approached by a man wearing a red bandana.  The suspect searched the victim for cash.  He was not carrying any cash.  The robber proceeded to take the only thing of value the delivery man had on him; the pizza.

The incident occurred near NW 1st and Florida.

This is the Crime Stoppers Crime of the Week.  If you have any information please call 374-4400.  Your tip could lead to a reward of up to $1,000.

For more info see this source article.

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