Delivery Driver

A man will face court after he allegedly robbed a delivery driver and a attempted to rob a fast food outlet in the city overnight.

Just on 1am on Thursday 31 January, a man armed with a large bread knife has threatened a delivery driver inside a  fast food restaurant on West Terrace, stealing the bag of food he was carrying.

The suspect has then threatened the staff at the restaurant and attempted to open the cash drawer at the counter, but he was unsuccessful and left just with the bag of food from the delivery driver.

Police patrols quickly converged on the area setting up cordons and searching for the suspect.

A man fitting the description of the offender from CCTV cameras at the restaurant was located on North Terrace, without the food and knife.

A further search nearby located the knife and the bag of food which was strewn on the ground uneaten.

A 24-year-old man from Elizabeth Vale was arrested and charged with two counts of aggravated robbery, police bail has been refused and he will appear in the Adelaide Magistrates Court later today.

No person was injured in the incident.

Police are investigating after a pizza delivery driver was robbed in Parkinson this afternoon.

Initial information suggests that a 17-year-old boy was delivering a pizza to an address on Larapinta Circuit at 4.50pm.

When he exited the car to deliver the pizza, he was approached by a man carrying what is believed to be a baseball bat who demanded money.

The 17-year-old handed the man a sum of cash before he fled down an alley towards Beaudesert Road.

The boy was not injured as a result of the robbery.

The man is described as being Caucasian in appearance, around 185cm tall and has a slim build, dark hair and was wearing a grey hooded jumper.

Police are investigating an armed robbery that occurred in Kingston this afternoon.

Around 4.50pm, a man was driving a pizza delivery vehicle to a nearby address on Gaznia Street in Kingston when he was flagged down by a man on the street.

The man then opened the passenger side door and made demands for cash while alluding to the fact that he may have been armed with a knife.

The driver complied and gave the man cash, and then the man got into the driver seat and drove the car around 400 meters down the road before it is believed he fled on foot with a sum of cash.

The driver was not physically injured as a result the vehicle was not damaged.

Investigations into the incident are continuing.

Melbourne Embona Taskforce detectives are appealing for information following an armed robbery in Clifton Hill on 17 March.

Investigators have been told a pizza delivery driver was approached by a man and asked for a lift about 3.45am.

Once in the victim’s car, the man produced a metal bar and forced the victim to drive to an address in Spensley Street, Clifton Hill where he stole the victim’s mobile phone, wallet and cash obtained from pizza deliveries.

The 19-year-old victim was not injured during the incident.

The offender is perceived to be in his mid-30s, with short dark-coloured hair and beard and a solid build.

He was wearing a yellow and blue striped shirt and light brown pants.

Police have released images and CCTV footage of a man they believe may be able to assist them with their enquiries.


A teenager has been charged over the alleged armed robbery of a pizza delivery driver at Eagle Vale overnight.

About 8.30pm (Sunday 25 March 2018), the 26-year-old woman was confronted by a male after delivering pizza to a home on Emerald Drive.

The teen allegedly threatened the woman with a knife before fleeing with the food and her money.

Police were alerted and officers from Campbelltown City Police Area Command commenced an investigation.

A short time later, a 16-year-old boy was arrested inside a nearby home.

He was taken to Campbelltown Police Station where he was charged with armed robbery and was bail refused to appear at a children’s court today (Monday 26 March 2018).

Police are investigating the unarmed robbery of a food delivery driver in Woolloongabba this morning.

At 6am, a 38-year-old man was on Carl Street retrieving a fast food delivery order from the boot of his vehicle when he observed a group approaching his car.

A male stole his wallet from the car, and when the 38-year-old challenged him, he assaulted the driver.

The group then entered the driver’s vehicle and drove away.

They returned a short time later and assaulted the driver again.

The 38-year-old man sustained minor injuries but did not require treatment by emergency services.

Investigations are continuing.

Police continue to investigate an armed robbery that occurred in Kingston on July 26.

Around 6.50pm, a 22-year-old pizza delivery driver pulled up on Eridani Avenue to deliver a pizza.

When he got out of his car he was approached by two men who threatened him with a knife demanding the pizzas and cash.

The driver complied and the men fled the scene on foot.

The first man is described as 188cm tall, Caucasian in appearance, with brown eyes wearing a dark blue hoodie and was carrying small knife.

The second man is about 178cm tall, Caucasian in appearance and wearing a white hoodie.

No one was injured as a result of the robbery and the two men were last seen on foot on Velorum Drive.

Police are appealing for anyone who has relevant CCTV or dashcam vision or has further information to contact police.

Police are investigating an armed robbery that occurred overnight in Kingston.

Initial information suggests that at 6.50pm, a pizza delivery driver pulled up on Eridani Avenue to deliver a pizza.

The male driver was approached by two men as he got out of his car and one of the men had a knife.

They made demands for the pizzas the man had and cash and when the driver complied, they fled the scene on foot.

No one was injured as a result of the robbery and the two men were last seen on foot on Velorum Drive.

Police are investigating after a delivery driver was robbed at Blacktown last night.

About 9.20pm (Thursday 22 June 2017) a 26-year-old man was delivering groceries to an address in Wallace Street, Blacktown.

On completion of the delivery he was returning to his truck when he was approached by a man described as Pacific Islander/Maori in appearance, about 180cm tall with an athletic build and wearing dark clothing.

The man produced a large knife and demanded the driver’s wallet, cash and a mobile EFTPOS machine used in the delivery process.

The armed man ran from the scene leaving the driver uninjured.

Police were called and a crime scene was established while a search was commenced utilising a Police Dog.

The man was unable to be located and a full investigation is now underway by police from Blacktown Local Area Command.