Police said two people robbed a Domino's Pizza employee in the parking lot of the restaurant where he works Thursday night.
Greenville police said they were called to the pizza place on E. 10th Street around 8:40 Thursday night.
Officer said the employee was leaving work when two men approached him, a gun was shown, and the crooks took off with $25 in cash and the victim's cell phone.
The delivery driver was not hurt, but investigators said the robbers ran off toward Mosley Drive and were not found.
Police said both men are black. One robber is 5'4 and weighs nearly 225 pounds and wore yellow shoes with an all-black clothing ensemble. The second robber stands 6'1, weighing nearly 195 pounds, according to investigators.
If you can help police find the accused men, you are asked to call Pitt-Greenville CrimeStoppers, at 252-758-7777.
Greenville Police say a Domino's Pizza driver was robbed in the parking lot of the restaurant at 3192 East 10th Street.
The call came in right around 8:40 Thursday night.
No one was injured and it's not know what the robbers got away with.
Police say they are looking for two black individuals, one armed with a handgun, but didn't have any further description.
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