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Two pizza deliverymen, one shop robbed on weekend Food and cash are stolen in unrelated incidents


Pizza deliverymen in Glen Burnie and Ferndale were robbed of food and cash in separate incidents Friday, and an Odenton pizza shop was held up at gunpoint Sunday, county police said.

The incidents were not related, police said.

James O. Adams, 32, a deliveryman for Domino's Pizza, told police he was in his car about 7: 30 p.m. after making a delivery to a home in the 200 block of Oak Manor Drive in Glen Burnie when a man opened the driver's door.

When Adams tried to get out, the man shut the door and demanded money.

The man said he had a gun and held his hand inside his jacket but did not show a weapon.

Adams turned over an undisclosed amount and the man ran east toward Oak Manor Drive and the Woodhill Apartments. Police did rTC not have a detailed description of the bandit.

About a half-hour later, Pizza Choice employee John K. Delp, 54, was robbed as he delivered a pizza to a home in the 100 block of 3rd Ave. in Ferndale.

As Delp approached a man in the front yard, he was pushed from behind by another man, police said.

They and another man took two pizzas in a red delivery bag and tried unsuccessfully to take Delp's money before running into the woods.

The men were described as 18 to 22 years old and wearing dark clothes and knit hats.

On Sunday, two men with pump-action shotguns and wearing ski masks robbed Pizza Boli's in the the 1300 block of Blair Drive in Odenton.

Store manager Gul Mohammad, 26, told police the men walked into the store about 7 p.m. while a third man stood outside. The gunmen demanded money, Mohammad complied and the bandits ran off.

Police did not have a detailed description of the robbers.

Pub Date: 12/03/96

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