A 9-year-old boy and two men are wanted in connection with an armed robbery of a Pizza Hut delivery driver at a vacant southwest Atlanta home, police said.

Pizza Hut delivery driver robbed at gunpoint; 9-year-old, 2 men sought

Authorities are searching for two men and a 9-year-old boy accused of luring a Pizza Hut delivery driver to a vacant southwest Atlanta home and stealing her car, phone and the food she was delivering. 

About 7 p.m. Saturday, Jessica Miles arrived at the Waits Avenue home, where she was greeted by a child who told her he would have to get the money from his mother, according to the Atlanta police report. 

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Just as the driver went inside, police said two men believed to be between 19 and 25 years old ran from the back of the house, one from the left and the other from the right. 

One of the men fired one shot in the air, ordered Miles to turn around, get on the ground and threatened to shoot her, according to the report. 

Miles told police the same suspect also ordered her to “put the stuff on the ground.” She then placed the pizza, car keys, cellphone and drink on the ground.

The suspects got into her car and left. 

Anyone with information is asked to call Atlanta police. 

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