AKRON, Ohio - An Akron pizza delivery driver was robbed at gunpoint for the second time in two days early Thursday morning.
The Papa Johns delivery driver made a delivery at an apartment on Kline Avenue and as he was returning to his car two men approached with guns drawn and stole his car, according to Akron police,
Police said this is the second time in as many days that the same delivery driver has been robbed at gunpoint. The first robbery happened on Alicia Walk Tuesday around 1:45 a.m.
In Tuesday’s robbery, the driver was delivering pizzas when two men approached him with a gun and demanded his money. According to police, the driver threw a $20 bill in the air, dropped the pizzas and ran to his car. The suspects were able to get away with the $20 bill and the pizzas.
The two suspects from Thursday morning’s robbery left behind a $10 bill and a pizza warming bag in the parking lot of the apartment complex.
Akron police located the stolen car less then a half hour later on the west side of Akron.
The two robbers have not yet been located.
Police said the driver was angry but otherwise uninjured in both robberies.
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