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Police investigating robbery of man making food delivery

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HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) -

Police are investigating a robbery of a man making a food delivery in the area of North 12th and Reily Streets in Harrisburg.

On Jan. 7 around 10:30 p.m. officers responded to a report of a robbery and a shot fired.

The victim said that he was making a food delivery from a local restaurant when he realized that the address he was sent to did not exist. He called the number provided by the woman who ordered the food.

A woman answered, and the victim asked her to come out of her apartment so that he could find the correct address. The woman said that she was already outside. The victim walked toward a woman standing outside at the same apartment building that the victim was at.

He saw that he was being surrounded by three men approaching him from different directions, and a fourth man was inside a vehicle.  He ran for his car and was attacked by the three men.

The victim pushed by them to get to his car and heard a shot. The robbers ran off. He got into his car and called for help.

The victim was not injured.

This is an ongoing investigation. Anyone with information on this incident may call police at 717-255-3114.

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