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Pizza delivery driver says he was robbed at gunpoint on Jackson Street

By Howard B. Owens

A pizza delivery driver reports he was robbed minutes ago at gunpoint on Jackson Street near Highland by two black males, both wearing black hoodies.

One had a red scarf on his face.

The two suspects are described as possibly teens and were last seen running down Jackson Street.

They were wearing blue jeans.

Batavia PD is responding.

UPDATE 8:58 p.m.: The robbery occurred at 113 Jackson St. An officer on scene confirms a suspect displayed what the victim believes was a handgun.

UPDATE 11:10 p.m.: Press release from Batavia PD:

The Batavia Police Department is investigating an armed robbery that occurred at 113 Jackson Street.

At approximately 8:50 p.m. on Wednesday January 8th, 2014 a pizza delivery person had been making a delivery at 113 Jackson Street when the delivery person was robbed by an individual who displayed, what was described by the delivery person, as a handgun. The suspect took (the cash) and left the area on foot. No injuries were sustained by the delivery person.

The Genesee County Sheriff’s Office K-9 assisted at the scene.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Batavia Police Department at 345-6350.

Steve Hackett

The absolute toilet bugs that are walking the streets of Batavia and to do something like that makes me want to vomit!!!!!....thieves are at the lowest level of humanity....!!!!!!'s sickening to think that you can't even try to do your job without being robbed.... Total Worthless pieces of SH**!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!...... Find them, lock them up, and get some of the trash off my streets please bpd!!!!!!!!!!!!

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