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22 June 2012, 11:44
A Watford pizza delivery man has been robbed in Bushey by teens thought to be brandishing a gun.
The 29 year old had been making a delivery to a property in Perry Mead, but when he arrived at around 11.10pm, the homeowner didn't know anything about the order.
He was then surrounded by three teenagers on the road who took his bag.
One of them then pointed a metal object, which he thought may have been a gun at him and demanded money from him.
The victim handed over £10 and the trio ran off through the King George Recreation Ground with the cash and two pizzas.
One of the males is described as black, 5ft tall, aged 16 or 17 and of slim build.
The other two males are described as white, aged 18-20 5ft 6in tall and slim.
Assistant Investigator Sally Johnson, who is investigating the robbery, said: 'The pizza delivery driver was uninjured, however he was left very shaken.