Sylvester Pizza Hut delivery boy robbed at gunpoint
The Sylvester Police Department is looking for three suspects who robbed a Pizza Hut delivery boy at gunpoint late Sunday night.
Brandon Woodworth told investigators he was called to make a delivery to a trailer park on Pope Street around 9 p.m. When he arrived, he had trouble locating the trailer and knocked on the door of two wrong residences before he started to head back to his car.
Woodworth said at this point, three masked men approached him â" one carrying a gun. The men reportedly ordered Woodworth to empty his pockets, take his shoes off, throw his phone on the ground and drive away.
According to the report, the men stole $33 worth of pizza, $20 belonging to Pizza Hut, $80 of Woodworth's personal money, his shoes and black LG Rumor 2 cell phone.
SPD collected statements from a witness who said he saw three men running away from the scene but neither the witness nor Woodworth could provide information on what the men looked like other than their clothing.
If you have information on this case, contact the Sylvester Police Department and ask for Investigator Kenneth Washington.