CRAFTON HEIGHTS, Pa. - Another pizza delivery driver was robbed by men wearing Halloween masks on Wednesday night, police said.
Investigators said the masked men were armed.
According to police, the driver works for Pizzeria Primos in McKees Rocks and was making a delivery when he was robbed on Crucible Street.
"My life kind of flashed before my eyes," the driver said. "I thought, 'Am I going to die tonight?'"
The driver said he has been working at Pizzeria Primos for five years and was never held at gunpoint before. He said he should have suspected something when he pulled up to the address and no lights were on.
"One pulled a gun on me and told me to sit down and asked if I had anything on me. He took the pizza, jumped on the wall and took off. The other guy put a stun gun to my neck and took off," the driver said. "We're out here trying to make an honest living. I'm doing this as a second job to pay the bills. It's not worth my life to pay the bills."
Pittsburgh police said the robbers got away with a few dollars and the pizza. The driver was not hurt.
A similar robbery happened in Shaler Township Tuesday night. Investigators said two men wearing Halloween masks robbed a Franks Pizza delivery driver of $300 and a pizza.
No arrests have been made in either case.
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