Dropped iPhone may help police catch man who robbed pizza delivery driver in Anne Arundel County

ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY, Md. (DC News Now) — Police say someone who robbed a pizza delivery driver Sunday night left something behind: an iPhone.

The Anne Arundel County Police Department said the robbery happened in the 200 block of Mountain Ridge Ct. Glen Burnie. The delivery driver who said he was robbed drove himself to Mr. Pizza and Subs, located at 344 Hospital Dr.

The delivery man said while he was on Mountain Ridge Court, the robber came up behind him and pushed something into his back. He told the driver he wanted the property he had with him and punched the driver in the head. The driver fought back, but the robber managed to escape.

The driver noticed that the robber had dropped his iPhone. The driver picked him up and handed him over to the police.

While the investigation was underway, officers at the Eastern District Police Station received a call from someone who told them he had tracked his phone to the station using the “Find My iPhone” app. A person came to the station to get a phone. Detectives interviewed him.

As of Monday, police had not announced that an arrest had been made in connection with the robbery. Detectives were still investigating and asked anyone with information to call (410) 222-6135. People can also call the Anne Arundel County police tip line. That number is (410) 222-4700.

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