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Police investigate armed robbery of pizza deliveryman

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WEST YORK, Pa. (WHTM) -
Police are investigating an armed robbery in West York.

On Jan. 12 around 3 a.m. a walk-in complainant reported that he was a victim of an armed robbery.
 
The victim, a 37-year-old pizza delivery driver for Mo-Mo's Pizza & Wings in the 1000 block of Loucks's Road, told police he had completed a food delivery to a residence in the vicinity.

Afterwards he was approached by an unknown man who asked for a cigarette. The victim said he became nervous when a second unknown man approached. The second man produced a handgun, pointed it in the direction of the victim and demanded money. The victim handed him cash, which was reported to belong to the eatery, Mo-Mo's Pizza & Wings.

He then fled on foot, running two blocks to the West York police station.
 
The first perpetrators were described as being in his early 20s, 5'9" to 5'10" with a stocky build, dark hooded sweatshirt pulled over his eyes, dark jeans and black boots.

The second man, also in his early 20s, was 6' with a tall and lanky build, wearing black hooded sweatshirt pulled over his eyes, black loose fit sweat pants and white sneakers. He reportedly brandished a black handgun or pistol.
 
Both men were last seen running eastbound through an alleyway towards York City.
 
This investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information may contact police at 854-1975.
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