Lower Pottsgrove Police have filed charges against four individuals in connection with a slew of pizza delivery-person robberies that occurred in the township earlier this year when the delivery drivers were robbed while delivering to residential neighborhoods, according to The Sanatoga Post.
Police Chief Michael Foltz reported to the Board of Commissioners that two of the suspects had been arrested and that two suspects who were at large. Names have not yet been released. “The investigation is ongoing,” Foltz said.
The most recent incident allegedly occurred on June 18 when three men, one of whom had a semi-automatic handgun, are said to have taken the cell phone and cash of delivery-person as the delivery-person was making a delivery at the 3300 block of Walnut Ridge Estates on Buchert Road, police said.
Another incident is alleged to have occurred on April 5, after which a delivery driver told police that two men in black hoodies with handguns took his cash and left.
The third incident allegedly happened on March 19, when a delivery-person was at the 1400 block of Walnut Ridge Estates. It is alleged that two robbers, one with a black and silver handgun took cash, a GPS unit and a cell phone, and left on foot.
No one is said to have been injured during the incidents. According to Chief Foltz, the police charges are in relation to the Walnut Ridge incidents.