A downtown Macon pizza delivery driver told a Bibb County deputy he was robbed Sunday just after 3 a.m.
The driver, who works for Doughboy Pizza on Cherry Street, told the deputy he walked out of the back door of the business to take out the trash, according to a sheriff's office incident report.
When he reached the middle of the parking lot, he was approached by two men -- one was holding a case of Bud Light, the other a semi-automatic pistol.
The gunman pointed the firearm at the driver and said, "what you going to do if I shoot you," to which the driver responded, "I'm going to die," the report states.
The assailants asked the driver for his change and cash and he gave one of them his wallet.
The robber removed $10, wiped the wallet off with his shirt and handed the wallet back to the driver.
The men ran away towards Poplar Street.
About three hours earlier, a man told deputies he was robbed by four men while walking in the 500 block of Mulberry Street.
He said the men walked up to him and asked to use his cell phone, a sheriff's office incident report states.
After one of the men took the phone, another grabbed him while the others beat him and searched his pockets demanding money.
The men then ran off keeping his phone.
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