A Domino’s Pizza delivery driver called Oak Park police at about 11:35 p.m. on Dec. 10 to report that six people had just robbed him in the 1400 block of North Austin Boulevard.
The victim told police he believes one of the six individuals involved in the robbery was armed, although no weapon was ever displayed.
According to a police summary report, two women called over to the delivery driver and took the food. While the two women spoke with the driver, four men approached and ordered the victim to hand over his belongings.
The victim told police that one of the men kept his hands in his pocket, leading the victim to believe he was armed.
The victim handed over $155.19, and all six offender fled southbound on Austin Boulevard on foot.
All six offenders were described as black. The first woman was described as 5-foot-8 with a heavy build, dark complexion, a ponytail and wearing a sleeping mask with a zebra-print design on her forehead.
The second woman was approximately 5-foot-10 with a dark complexion, braids and wearing dark clothing.
Three of the men were described as 5-foot-11. One weighed about 120 pounds, had a dark complexion, a tattoo over his left eye and wore dark clothing and a dark hood; the second had a medium complexion, skinny build and wore gray clothing; and the third had a dark complexion, medium build and wore gray clothing.
The fourth male, whom the victim believed armed, was described as 5-foot-7 with a medium build, medium complexion and wearing a blue bubble coat