An Uber-Eats delivery driver arrived at the Towneplace Suites by Marriott on Nov. 26 to make a delivery. He parked in the front lot, and upon review of the video surveillance, was stabbed and robbed by a pizza delivery driver who arrived about 10 minutes prior with his own delivery. This pizza delivery driver is depicted in the video surveillance still-image shown.
After the stabbing, the pizza delivery driver flees in his old beater of a car. He remains unknown and at large as of Dec. 6. Subsequent investigation revealed that he does not work for any of the national pizza chains, as they require their drivers to have pizza “toppers” on their vehicles and wear uniforms depicting their employer name, so it seems this suspect is working for a mom-and-pop pizza place or also drives for a ride share app like Uber. Contacts at local mom-and-pop pizza places have produced zero identifications so far.
Police are looking for anyone who can identify this person, or the company he works for.
If you have any information regarding this incident, please contact Detective Scott Kelly at 972-219-3628 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or the Lewisville Police Department TIPS line at 972-219-TIPS (8477). Anyone with a cell phone may also send an anonymous tip by texting “TipLPD” and their message to 847411