Pizza deliveryman robbed of cash, competitor’s rewards card

5:34 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018 Crime

A pizza delivery driver for Cousin Vinny’s Pizza was robbed of a competitor’s rewards cards, among other items, during a robbery Tuesday night. 

Dayton police were called to the 200 blocks of Adams Street after the 28-year-old male victim said he had just been robbed at gunpoint, according to Dayton police.

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As the man went to deliver the pizza, a suspect in a ski mask greeted the man with a handgun as the door was opened. 

Two suspects ordered the man to give up all his money. The man’s wallet was stolen, as well as the $100 cash inside and various cards including credit cards, a Rapid Fire Pizza rewards card, and a gas station rewards card, the police report reads.

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A Dayton police K-9 attempted to track the suspects without success.