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Police: Man steals pizza from delivery man

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The Greenville Police Department is investigating the robbery of pizza delivery man.

Police say they got a call just before 1:00p.m. about a robbery on Palmer Drive in Greenville. 

Police say a man called and ordered a pizza from Papa's Johns. When the delivery man came to the door the suspect  stole the pizza and a drink.

The suspect then took off on foot through the woods behind the house. 

Police called in the K-9 unit to try and track down the suspect.  

No weapon was used during the robbery.

The suspect is still on the run. 

No one was injured during the incident. 


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