Pizza delivery man in Philadelphia violently robbed, carjacked

A group of young men in Philadelphia violently robbed and carjacked a pizza delivery man late Friday night and the incident was caught on surveillance video.

Keith Moody, 56, was delivering pizza to a Lukoil gas station when he was attacked by the suspects, FOX 29 reported.

While returning to his car after making the delivery, one of the suspects could be seen pulling out a gun before approaching him from behind, surveillance video shows. The suspect then strikes Moody on the back of the head and knocks him unconscious.

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After that, a second suspect gets into Moody’s Chevy Prism and drives away. At the same time, the first suspect goes through Moody’s pockets before fleeing the scene.

The incident occurred around 11 p.m. on the 5700 block of Baltimore Avenue, according to FOX 29. Police are now looking for the five suspects, whose ages range from 14 to 25 years old, FOX 29 reported.

Moody was taken to a local hospital to treat his severe head injuries. He was also unconscious for several days after the incident, according to FOX 29.