Teens arrested in Stamford robbery

Police say the group pistol-whipped and robbed a pizza delivery driver. (3/14/14)

STAMFORD - Stamford police have arrested a group of teens who they say pistol-whipped and robbed a pizza delivery man.

Three of them are students at Stamford Academy.

Police say the driver was trying to deliver a pizza to a fake address when he was attacked on West Broad Street back in February.

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They say four people beat him up, stole his money and took his car.

Investigators say they tracked down a 17-year-old through phone records and arrested him this week at school.

They say two others were arrested last week when they were linked to stolen credit cards.

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