Suspect Identified In Armed Food Delivery Robberies

Suspect Identified In Armed Food Delivery Robberies

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Philadelphia Police are looking for a man robbed multiple food delivery employees around the city.

Officers say William Mack, 43 from Camden, New Jersey is the suspect at large for the armed robberies.

The incidents were first reported in March 2014, when the suspect robbed a delivery driver on the 2100 block of Chestnut St.

Officials say the victims are being targeted mainly for their electric bicycles; which retail for approximately $1,200.00.

All of the robberies are similar in nature.

The suspects will call a restaurant whose delivery person uses an electric bicycle as a delivery vehicle, and order food to be delivered to a specific location.

When the delivery person arrives at the delivery location on their electric bicycle, the suspects rob them point of gun and take their electric bicycles, as well as cell phones, USC, and other items

Although the delivery locations are always different, the suspects’ phone numbers are the same, and two (2) separate phone numbers have been identified.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Mack is asked to contact Central Detective Division at 215-686-3093 or dial 911.

 

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