MCDONOUGH, Ga. — Eight teens were arrested for allegedly robbing a pizza delivery driver at gunpoint as the driver attempted to make a delivery at a cul-de-sac in McDonough. Three of the suspects are 18, four are 17 and the youngest suspect is 15 years old, according to police.

Henry County sheriff’s deputies and McDonough police officers responded to the armed robbery call on Friday, Jan. 25 in a cul-de-sac neighborhood off Stoney Broke Way in McDonough. The pizza delivery driver was robbed at gunpoint by the group of young men while making a delivery, according to police. Four pizzas, two soft drinks, cash and a cellphone were stolen.

The suspects ran away into a wooded area nearby and the driver went back to work and called police. The driver was not hurt, according to a Henry County Police Department release.

Detectives tracked the group to a home on Shaker Hollow Drive. The eight suspects were detained and charged with armed robbery. Firearms used in the robbery, along with a pizza box, were recovered from the home.

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The 15-year-old suspect was not identified. The other suspects involved include Elden Jarod Anderson, 18, Aldorian Rashad Hatch, 17, Dominick Dionte Jones, 18, Troy Imahn Lankford, 17, Armani Jaheim Mowatt, 17, Jordan Mackenzie Payne, 18, and Kendel Deleon Raymond, 17.

They all face armed robbery charges and police said more could follow.