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Dartmouth Police respond to delivery driver robbed by several masked males


“On Saturday, June 25, 2022 at approximately 9:45 p.m., Dartmouth Police responded to Walsh Street to meet with a delivery driver who wanted to report that he had allegedly been robbed by several males while making a delivery.

According to information gathered at the scene, the driver reported that while he was making a delivery, several masked males approached him, and demanded that he give them all of his money. Frightened that he might be injured, the driver stated that he immediately fled on foot, thus leaving his vehicle and belongings behind

Upon returning to his restaurant, the driver called Dartmouth Police, and then returned to Walsh Street to meet with officers. Once back at the residence, it was determined that the unidentified suspects had taken the driver’s vehicle, a white 2013 Honda CRV.

The driver, as well as another witness, both described the males as dark-skinned and wearing hoods. No weapons were ever displayed, and the driver was not injured.

Dartmouth Police detectives are currently investigating the incident.” -Dartmouth Police Department

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Served 20 years in the United States Air Force. Owner of New Bedford Guide.

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