Springfield police are investigating a robbery that was reported by a pizza delivery driver early Monday morning.
Officers were dispatched around 1:40 a.m. to Cedar Street and North Western Avenue on a reported robbery, according to a Springfield police report.
When police arrived, they spoke with the victim who said she works for Cousin Vinny’s Pizza and was on a delivery at a house on North Western Avenue.
“When she went to grab the bag of pizzas and step out of the vehicle, two males charged her vehicle, to where one male, suspect #1, took his hands, pressing (the victim’s) shoulders against the car,” the report says. “The other male, suspect #2, stood to the left of suspect #1, so (the victim) could not get a good look at him. Suspect #1 then ordered (the victim) to give him all the money she had on her.”
The victim told officers she then gave the suspects all the money she had from earlier deliveries.
“At this time, both suspects headed across the street to their white Chevy Suburban and headed towards North Street, to where they made a westbound turn,” the report says.
According to the report, the victim described suspect #1 as about 6-foot, around 200 to 220 pounds, scruffy facial hair, and wearing all black clothing. She said she did not see suspect #2’s description.
No other suspect information was available.
Springfield police continue their investigation into this robbery.
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