Police catches bumbling pizza thief after using his OWN phone to lure a delivery boy to a house before robbing him at knifepoint and fleeing the scene
- The deliverer of 18-year-old Domino was called to an address in Hill Street
- After he got out of his car to deliver the pizza, he was approached by two men
- The men were armed with a baseball bat and a knife and robbed the driver
- The police could find the alleged robber by tracing his phone number
A bumbling thief has been imprisoned after using his own phone to lure a pizza delivery boy to a house before robbing him at the knifepoint and fleeing the scene.
The 18-year-old Domino's delivery boy was called to an address on Hill Street in North Adelaide on Thursday at 9.40 p.m. when he was attacked.
When he arrived and got out of his car, the driver was approached by two men armed with a baseball bat and a knife, Nine news reported.
A deliverer of an 18-year-old Domino was robbed on Thursday by two armed men
She stole the pizzas and cash that the driver had on hand before they fled the scene
The couple stole the pizzas and the money that the driver had on hand before they fled the scene.
The delivery person was unharmed and drove back to the store where he contacted the police.
The police were able to follow the phone call that brought the pizza order to an address in Smithfield.
There they found the weapons and clothing that the robbers would have worn.
An 18-year-old was arrested and charged with serious theft while his partner fled.
The police urges everyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers at 1800 333,000.
An 18-year-old was arrested and charged with aggravated robbery while his partner fled (photo is when the driver was robbed)
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