A pizza deliveryman was robbed at gunpoint as he delivered pizzas to a Dover house late Friday night.
Northern York County Regional Police responded to the first block of Stoney Lane just before 10 p.m. A 32-year-old Pizza Hut deliveryman told officers that he was delivering five pizzas to a house in the block but found the home dark when he arrived, police said.
As he approached the house, three masked men, one who was armed with a handgun, ran toward him.
A man in black mask with a skeleton print on it pointed the handgun at the driver and ordered him to the ground and demanded cash. The deliveryman handed over a small amount of cash as the other two men stole the five pizzas and the thermal bags the pies were in from the driver's car, police said.
The deliveryman, who was not injured, was able to get back to his car and drove away as he called 911.
The man armed with the gun was wearing a black knit cap and a black mask with a skeleton printed on it. The two other men were wearing dark hooded sweatshirts and blue jeans. All three men are believed to be white and were last seen running west on Stony Lane towards the Dover Intermediate School.