Last week we told you about a pizza delivery driver who was robbed at gun point. Well this week a different driver was held up.
WFFT spoke with Zach Brown. He works at Toscani's pizzeria, in downtown Fort Wayne, and says there really isn't a clear-cut way of keeping delivery drivers safe, but the recent robberies has given him some ideas.
"You have to worry about the safety of your employees. You aren't going to be able to hire anybody if no one wants to go do that stuff because they are afraid of getting robbed or shot," said Brown.
Last week a delivery driver was robbed at gun-point in the Eden Green apartment complex. 18-year old Rhodney Lewis and 19 year old
This week, a gunman approached a different delivery driver on the 2400 block of Hoagland, showed a gun and said," You know what it is give me what you got.
Brown says The delivery drivers at Toscani's have already taken steps to prevent a similar type of robbery.
"We Value our drivers we don't want them to go through that situation of having a gun pointed at their heads. We don't put signs on our cars either so if we were doing a delivery nobody would even know we're delivering," said Brown.
No arrests have been made in connection with the delivery robbery on the 2400 block of Hoagland but the suspect is described as a black male in his twenties. The man was wearing black jeans and a dark cashmere jacket at the time of the robbery. If you have any information you are urged to call crime stoppers at 4-3-6 s-t-o-p.