Pizza Hut delivery man attacked in Baldwin Park

For the third time in several weeks, a Pizza delivery man has been attacked and robbed in Baldwin Park. Police have no suspects.


BALDWIN PARK – A Pizza Hut delivery man was struck on the head with a crowbar and robbed of cash and pizzas by two robbers Monday night.

The man was treated at Kaiser Permanente Baldwin Medical Center and released, said Baldwin Park Police Lt. Joe Bartolotti. 

The robbery was reported at 7:22 p.m. in the 3100 block of Vineland Avenue.

“He gets out to make his delivery and was approached by two subjects. One has a crowbar and hits him on the head,” Bartolotti said.

The robbers fled with the money and the pizzas.

The suspect with the crowbar was described as Latino or white, 15 to 17, with short hair and wearing a gray shirt and black shorts.

The other suspect was described as a Latino, 15 to 17, with a black bandanna over his face and wearing a black hat or baseball cap, black shirt and black pants.

Police aren’t sure if Monday’s incident was related to the three robberies of pizza delivery men last year but did say it happened within the same area. The suspects in the earlier robberies were armed with knives and also took pizza and cash.

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  1. Instead of “by Frank Girardot” shouldn’t these blog entries say “copied and pasted by Frank Girardot”. Frank, when is the last time you actually left the office to report on a news story? It seems that you either copy and paste real reporters work, or go on a personal opinion rant. Do you consider your personal opinion “news”?

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