WACO, TX — Waco police believe two separate pizza delivery robberies are related.
Police said on Monday at 11:15 p.m., officers responded to a robbery of a Domino's Pizza delivery person. It happened in the 900 block of N. 30th Street.
It was determined that two suspects attacked the driver as he was attempting a delivery. The suspects physically assaulted and threatened the driver with a stun gun. Police believe the suspects do not live at the address the driver was called to.
The two suspects fled the scene and the driver reported the robbery.
They were described as one being 5'10 with a skinny build and a second as 5'6 with a stocky build.
Another robbery was reported on Wednesday at 11:11 p.m. in the 900 block of N. 30th Street. Officers were told a Papa John's delivery driver was robbed in that area.
The driver said when he was trying to make a delivery, a suspect came from the side of the house and threatened him with a stun gun. The driver left the pizzas on the ground and went back to the store to call police.
The suspect was described as around 5'7, 250 pounds, wearing no shirt, a rag covering his face and either khaki shorts or blue jeans.
Police believe both incidents are most likely related.
If anyone has any information on the robberies, you are asked to contact police.