Pizza employee kidnapped, robbed on Summerbrook Drive

tstevens@ledger-enquirer.comOctober 9, 2013 

A 29-year-old, off-the-clock Marco’s Pizza employee was kidnapped and robbed at gunpoint on Summerbrook Drive, according to a Columbus Police report.

Police arrived at Marco’s Pizza at 5120 Warm Springs Road at about 10 p.m. after receiving reports of a robbery. The victim told police he had left work when two men robbed him of some cash and kidnapped him. He returned to his place of employment after the men released him, a Marco’s representative said.

The extent of the kidnapping was not described. According to Georgia Law, a person is kidnapped when they are taken anywhere against their will. The amount of distance traveled does not matter.

The first suspect was described as a black man in all black clothing who was of average height and weight. He was wearing a black ski mask and black gloves. The other suspect was a white man with the same physical description, allegedly wearing the same type of outfit.

Anyone with more information should call the Investigative Division at 706-653-3400.

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