STOCKTON — Delivering pizzas for a living continues to be one of the more dangerous jobs in Stockton.
A man delivering a pizza Wednesday night was carjacked at gunpoint on a leafy residential street in northeast Stockton, police reported.
The carjacking occurred about 10:10 p.m. in the 8000 block of Omega Way, a short street of single-family homes northeast of East Hammer Lane and Maranatha Drive.
When the driver arrived, he was approached by two males, one armed with a handgun. The carjackers ordered the driver to get on the ground, then took the keys to his red 2016 Scion IA with license number 7ULE929, according to police.
One of the carjackers drove off in the victim’s Scion while the other fled in a gray sedan. No additional details or descriptions of the carjackers were provided.
In May, a pizza deliveryman stopped in the 700 block of Cloyne Court was attacked by five juveniles, one of whom pulled a gun. Fortunately, the driver was able to escape unharmed.
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