Person of Interest named in Domino's driver robbery

Person of Interest named in Domino's driver robbery

NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - Police are searching for a person of interest that they believe has information on the robbery of a Domino's Pizza driver.

According to NOPD, 21-year-old Eric "King" Ross may have information on the armed robbery of a 66-year-old man that occurred on Feb. 20 at the intersection of South Liberty and Foucher Street.

The victim was attempting to deliver pizzas in the 3500 block of Foucher street, but could no locate the delivery address. Police say he called the customer and was told the house was at the intersection of Liberty and Foucher streets. When the victim arrived, an armed suspect approached him and said "give me all your money" and "if you call the police, I will kill you."

The victim complied and handed over $40 in cash and two pizzas valued at $45.00. The armed man then fled the scene.

During the course of the investigation, detectives identified Ross as a person of interest in connection with this crime and would like to speak with him.

Anyone with information on this incident or Ross' location is asked to call CRIMESTOPPERS at 504-822-1111.

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