"They took the money and the pizza, and their cellphones and wallets, "says Detective Watkins.
The first robbery happened Oct. 20, the second and third happened Nov. 4. All robberies took place during the early morning hours after midnight.
Detective Watkins believes the deliveries were set up; the locations picked were in low populated areas and not well lit. The suspects did not live at the location.
"I told the drivers if they pull up to a house or apartment that is not well lit, there are no cars and someone is just standing around, to leave. It’s not worth the Pizza. If it doesn't look right, get on out there."
Detective Watkins also told the delivery drivers to call the police if they take another suspicious order.
Authorities tell WTVA each victim was met by a black man wearing dark clothing during their pizza delivery. That is when another black man appears and points a handgun at the employee’s head asking for money, cellphone, and wallet. Both appear to be clean cut, in their early 20s, and standing at 5’8” to 6’ tall.
If you have information that could lead to an arrest, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-530-7151.