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Pizza delivery driver robbed at gunpoint

Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office, File photo Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office, File photo
HOUMA, LA (WVUE) -

A pizza delivery driver was allegedly robbed at gunpoint and his car stolen Saturday night in Houma.   The Terrebonne Parish Sheriff Office received a 911 call from a Domino;s pizza deliveryman around 11:15 pm, telling the dispatcher that he had just been held up.   When deputies arrived on the scene on Westside Boulevard, the driver told them he was returning to his car after delivering a pizza when four teenagers approached him.

One of the teens was reportedly armed with a run and ordered the delivery driver to hand over the money he was carrying.  The suspects then ran and jumped in the driver's car, which was donned with a Domino’s Pizza sign.  

The four then reportedly drove the car about a block and abandoned it near St. Louis Canal Road.

Sheriff Jerry Larpenter describes the suspects as black teens, between 15-18 years of age. He asks anyone has any information concerning this crime, please contact Crimestoppers for a potential reward, or TPSO at 876-2500.  

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