Sumter County Sheriff's Office is seeking information about three male suspects who allegedly stole a pizza delivery vehicle and threatened to kill the driver during a delivery in Dalzell on Tuesday afternoon.
The delivery driver took the pizza …
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The delivery driver took the pizza order to a residence in the 5900 block of Acton Road about 4 p.m. and was allegedly attacked when she returned to the vehicle after no one answered the door.
According to an incident report, the three suspects, described as black males, approached the victim from the rear of the house and one of the men presented a large gun, "possibly a rifle."
The man with the gun told the victim he would kill her if she looked at him before firing a shot.
The victim attempted to flee but was stopped by a second suspect who pulled her from the white 2013 Ford Focus and took the keys.
She managed to break free from the second man, who tried to knock her to the ground, and ran from the area.
The three suspects fled the area in the opposite direction in the Ford Focus, valued at $13,000, with S.C. license plate PFR 162, according to the report.
Anyone with information about this incident should call investigator Randy Stewart at (803) 436-2040 or Crime Stoppers at (803) 436-2718 or 1-888-CRIMESC.
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