HOMESTEAD, Pa.,None - Police said a pizza delivery driver was the target of an armed robbery in Homestead on Monday.
Investigators said the man was approached as he got out of his car by two other men. Police said the driver may have had his guard down because he had delivered to the home in the past.
"The pizza shop was used to delivering there in the past. It had been inhabited at one time. It just so happened to be empty at that moment," said Homestead Police Chief Jeff DeSimone.
The driver was not hurt.
So far, no arrests have been made.
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