SALISBURY, Md. - An armed robbery remains under investigation, after police say a pizza delivery driver was robbed at gunpoint, in Salisbury.
The Salisbury Police Department says on Sunday, just before 10:00 PM, officers responded to the 100 block of Union Avenue in reference to the armed robbery of a pizza delivery driver.
According to the report, the pizza delivery driver responded to the location, and after getting no response at the door, he was going back to his vehicle. At that point, he was reportedly confronted by a man who appeared to come from behind the home.
Authorities report that the suspect then showed a black handgun and demanded the driver's money. Police say the driver then gave up a small amount of amount and loose change. The suspect apparently then fled the scene on foot.
The delivery driver was not injured during the incident.
According to law enforcement, the suspect is described as a man 28-35 years of age, wearing a black hooded jacket and black pants, standing 5'9" tall, and weighing 200 lbs. Police say a black beanie style hat was used to cover the suspect's face.
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