(01/07/2013)
Gaming parlors where slot machines are played and lottery tickets are sold are prime hold-up targets in West Virginia, and pizza delivery people.

PIZZA MAN ATTACKED - Fayette County deputies are looking two men they believe robbed a pizza delivery driver at gunpoint and then brutally attacked him. A Domino's Pizza delivery driver was making a delivery in the parking lot of the old County Line Bar in the Mount Hope about 3 a.m. Saturday when two men approached the victim, one with a gun and demanded him to get to the ground.

The two men then robbed and beat the driver.

Gaming parlors where slot machines are played and lottery tickets are sold are prime hold-up targets in West Virginia.

GAMING PARLOR HOLD-UP - Cabell County deputies are investigating a robbery at at a Huntington gaming parlor.

It happened at Bea's 2 gaming parlor in the East Pea Ridge area of Huntington about 11 p.m. Thursday.

Sheriff Tom McComas reported a man wearing a dark-colored hooded sweatshirt and a ski mask walked in to the gaming parlor and turned off the lights.

The man then demanded money while wielding a knife and got away with an unknown amount of cash.

CAR STOLEN AT GUNPOINT - Police say a man allegedly stole a car at gunpoint from a garage in Pinch Friday afternoon.

State Police are looking for a black 1991 Acura with Ohio license plate EXU3093, according to Metro 911 dispatchers.

The suspect allegedly took the car from Chambers Auto Repair and about 3 p.m.


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