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MOUNT HOPE (WVVA)--- A pizza delivery driver is robbed at gunpoint and then beat up early Saturday morning.

Police say a driver from the Domino's in Beckley was on a delivery to the parking lot of the old County Line Bar in Mount Hope. The driver says this is the usual meeting place for the people who made the order.

When the driver got to the bar and exited his vehicle two white males approached him and pointed a gun at his head telling him to get on the ground.

Allegedly, one of the men stole the money the driver had in his pocket and then both suspects beat the driver. The men then fled the scene in the direction of Route 16 towards Bradley.

The first male subject is described as a white male in his late 30's, approximately 5-06 and weighing 120 pounds. The subject was wearing a green ball cap with an OD green jacket (military color) and similar color pants. He was further described as having a gray goatee with brown eyes.

The second male subject is described as a white male in his early 30's approximately 5-08 and weighing 140 pounds. The subject was wearing a dark brown or green jacket with a hood. The subject was clean shaven with what appeared to be a red scar on his neck.

If you have any information on this crime please contact Detective Sergeant G.A. Chapman of the Fayette County Sheriff's Office at 304-574-3590 or Crime Stoppers

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