WARNING: We Don’t Dial 911

Pizza Driver, Would-Be Robbers Exchange Gunfire

Indianapolis:

Two would-be robbers and a pizza delivery driver exchanged gunfire early Thursday morning after the men tried to rob the worker, police said…One of the men fired a shot at the driver, but missed. The driver also had a gun and fired back. Indianapolis police said they don’t think either suspect was struck, but the men haven’t been found.

Refreshingly:

The owner of the pizza shop said that he started having all his drivers carry guns while on deliveries about two years ago.

A sign that reads, “Warning, We Don’t Dial 911″ is posted inside the business.

“It’s a visual deterrent. Sometimes people are armed, sometimes they’re not. You just never know what you are going to run into,” said owner Darrell Kreitzer. “If you want to run in here and try something stupid, you don’t know what you’re going to get.”

The shop in question is Aunt Polly’s Pizza.

Surprising that no one hit if it all took place on a porch.

Comments

  • KTLA says:

    As a former paintball player, I can’t begin to count the times an opponent and I startled each other at point blank range and unloaded a dozen rounds each…both of us escaping UNSCATHED!

    It’s amazing how many times an untrained marksman (like myself!) can miss in the frantic heat of the momoent when your entire encounter lasts 2-3 seconds.

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