Pizza delivery man robbed

Published January 28, 2009 | Police Department | Automatically Archived on 3/1/2009

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The owner of Makkas Pizza in Marlborough, reported his driver, an adult male, was robbed of $250 when two male suspects pressed a screwdriver to his back in the lobby at Longfellow Glen in Sudbury.

The police received a call Friday evening, Jan. 23, shortly after 8 about the robbery at the Sudbury apartment complex.

“The pizza deliveryman went through the unlocked door to the lobby when the two suspects approached him,” said Detective Wayne Shurling. “They asked him if he was delivering pizza and he said yes and one of them pulled out a $100 bill and asked if he had change. At that point he said he did and that’s when they pulled out the screwdriver and pressed it against his back and took all his money, his cell phone and fled.”

The police believe the apartment number the suspects gave Makkas Pizza, when ordering the pizza was made up. Police interviewed residents at that address given and they knew nothing about it, said Shurling.

Makkas Pizza is located just over the Sudbury line at 890 Boston Post Road.

The male victim, who was not injured, described the two suspects to police. According to police, one was a black, clean-shaven male approximately 5 feet 9 inches tall with stocky build, wearing a blue and black baseball hat with an unknown symbol, a yellow hooded sweatshirt and jeans.. The second man was a white skinny clean-shaven male approximately 5 feet 7 inches tall with blonde hair wearing a blue hooded sweatshirt.

Shurling and Dectecive Stephanie Howe are investigating. Police are working on trying to get a sketch of the two suspects.

If anyone has any knowledge of this robbery, please contact the Sudbury police.