On Saturday evening, two men waited for a pizza delivery driver outside of a dark house in a northeast Philadelphia neighborhood. When he walked up to the residence, the two grabbed the 52-year-old driver from behind, attempting to steal the $100 he was carrying. However, the driver also had a license to carry a gun. He opened fire on the robbers, striking one of them in the leg as they fled.Officers tracked both suspects to a nearby home, where they were arrested. The robber who was injured was taken to a nearby hospital and is in stable condition. Investigators noted that there have been a rash of robberies involving pizza delivery drivers in the same Philly neighborhood. They say the suspects arrested in this attempt may be linked to the other assaults.
posted on December 20, 2016
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