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Delivery turns dangerous for Pizza Hut driver

Pizzahut It seemed like an ordinary delivery for Pizza Hut driver Sauvert Belizarire.

The 51-year-old delivery man pulled up to a Sunrise home in the 6800 block of Northwest 28th Street to drop off an order of two Pizones.

But as he walked up to the home, two men approached him from behind and began punching. Over and over again.

Belizarire fell to the ground and the two men snatched his wallet - and the Pizones. Then, they stole his car keys from the ignition and ran off, a police report shows.

Police and K-9 dogs searched for the robbers, but had no luck finding them. No fingerprints were left on the delivery bag.

In all, the men got away with $30 cash and dinner, valued at $13.62.

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Aldo

you forgot the man's car and livelihood.

WTF

Pahrowned or pizzoned he got jacked and thats no good! >:0

WTF

Pahrowned or pizzoned he got jacked and thats no good! >:0

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