Deputies say an Pizza Hut employee was robbed by three unknown black males late Saturday, losing his wallet, his car keys and $50 worth of pizza and breadsticks.
The employee was delivering an order to Woodlake Drive before the suspects changed the address to a home in the 2600 block of Carrington Drive, according to a Richmond County sheriff’s report.
The victim was met in the driveway by a black male wearing black clothing and a fishing hat. The robber held a golf club to the man’s head and ordered him to remove everything from his pockets.
A second black male forced the victim to the ground while a third struck him twice in the head with a black handgun.
After his belongings were taken, the victim was ordered to walk away. He called police when he arrived back at work. His car was still at the scene untouched when he returned with deputies.