BRIDGEPORT - Bridgeport police are searching for the men who robbed a Domino's Pizza delivery driver at gunpoint.
Police say Emmanuel Cazy was making a delivery on Cowles Street Wednesday night when he was confronted by four men. They say one of the men had a gun.
Police say the driver was choked from behind, and the suspects took off with his phone, wallet, keys and cash.
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After he was robbed, Cazy says he went to the first house he could find. The person who lives there called the police.
Investigators say these kind of robberies usually increase in number when it gets darker earlier. They're asking people who deliver food to be extra careful and to only carry a small amount of money.
Domino's says it provides lockers for all of their drivers and encourage them to leave their wallets in the store and carry only a driver's license.