RICHMOND, Va. -- Shots were fired at a fleeing pizza delivery driver during an armed robbery Tuesday night in Richmond, according police. The driver escaped unharmed.
A group of five or six men approached the driver when he got out of an SUV along the 3100 block of of Alvis Avenue at about 10:30 p.m. Tuesday. One of the men carried a handgun, another a rifle, police said.
As the driver ran for safety, several shots were fired, Richmond Police said. The suspects stole the pizza and drove off in the SUV, which police described as a red Ford Escape with a "Guns Save Lives" bumper sticker on the back.
The suspects had their faces covered during the crime, so police have not yet been able to provide a description. Anyone with information about the suspects or stolen SUV was asked to call Crime Stoppers at 804-780-1000.