Lincoln police are looking for three suspects who they say are responsible for stealing money and food from a Papa John's pizza delivery driver.
Officer Katie Flood says it happened around 11 p.m. Tuesday night, when a 23-year-old driver attempted to make a delivery near 32nd and Starr. Flood says the driver was approached by three men, and one of them had a knife.
Flood says one man pointed the knife in the driver's face, and then pushed the driver back into his car. At that point, Flood says the suspect demanded money, and the driver emptied his pockets. The two other suspects grabbed the money and the food and ran westbound.
Flood says the three suspects are described as black, 5'10" to 6'0" tall, 20 to 25 years of age, and all were wearing masks, jeans, and cut off t-shirts.
Flood says this is the fourth pizza delivery driver robbery this year, and all of them have occurred since June 6th. However, she says, it's not clear if any of the cases are related.
If you have any information call Crimestoppers at 475-3600.
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