NSW: Pizza delivery driver robbed at gunpoint

A PIZZA delivery driver was bailed up by three men armed with a gun and a knife in Bexley overnight.

About 11.30pm, a 22-year-old pizza delivery driver attended Monomeeth Street, Bexley, after being called for a delivery.

As he was about to return to the store, he was approached by three men. The delivery driver handed the men the pizzas before one of the men produced a knife and another produced a gun, described as a black pistol.


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The men threatened him with the weapons, demanding cash. The victim handed over a small amount of cash before leaving the scene and reporting the incident when he reached the pizza store.

Police, including the Dog Squad, immediately responded to Monomeeth Street and searched for the three men but they couldn’t be located.

Detectives from St George Local Area Command commenced an inquiry into the incident.

The man with the knife is described as Mediterranean/Middle Eastern appearance, aged in his early 20s, about 170cm tall, with a small patch of hair under his bottom lip. He was wearing a maroon hooded jumper, black track pants and white sneakers.

The man with the gun is described as Mediterranean/Middle Eastern appearance, aged in his early 20s, slightly shorter than the other male, wearing a black hooded jumper and white pants.

The third male is only described as aged in his mid teens, short in height and skinny.

Anyone who may have any information is urged to come forward and contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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