Teens with gun took sandwiches from delivery driver in Roxbury
There has to be an easier way to get dinner.
Boston police said they arrested a pair of teens who allegedly were part of a group that used a gun to rob a delivery driver of four sandwiches in Roxbury.
Police said officers were called to the area of Copeland and Waverly streets just before 9 p.m. Wednesday for a report of an armed robbery.
The restaurant worker told police he was delivering four subs when a group of four men approached him. One of the men pulled out a gun and the group took the subs.
A description of the suspects was put out and officers found two teenagers nearby who matched the description. They refused to stop for officers, who followed them into the lobby of a building. There, the officers found two subs that were still warm to the touch, police said. Also, police found a gun in the snow outside the building.
Police said the driver also identified the two teens as part of the group.
Police said they charged a 15-year-old and a 16-year-old, both from Boston, with armed robbery.
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