SCHENECTADY, N.Y. -- Domino's Pizza delivery drivers are on edge following a series of robberies in Schenectady.
According to police, the delivery drivers were recently robbed on July 11 and June 26. Police say both happened shortly after midnight in the Bellevue neighborhood.
Sergeant Matt Dearing said no weapons were used in these robberies. However, it appears several suspects were involved in each incident. Luckily, Dearing said the drivers had no significant injuries.
Domino's Pizza is hoping to stop the robberies by offering a $1,000 reward for any information leading to the identification and arrest of the suspects in these cases.
"We're hoping that some who has seen something or knows something calls the police, lets them know what's going on and that we put an end to this," said Ramon De Leon, Domino's Pizza operations director in Schenectady.
Anyone with information on the robberies is asked to contact Schenectady police at the Tips Hotline number: (518) 788-6566.