(KMOV) – Police in St. Louis County charged a teen on Thursday after he allegedly robbed a pizza delivery driver at gunpoint.
Terrell Tillman, 18, was charged Thursday with felony first-degree robbery by the St. Louis County Police Department.
On Sunday, November 17, officers received a call for a robbery that took place on the 11000 block of Mollerus Drive.
The victim, an Imo’s delivery driver, had just made a delivery when he was confronted by two black males.
According to authorities, one of the suspects showed what appeared to be a semi-automatic pistol and demanded the victim’s money.
The victim told police the other suspect took $120 in cash and his iPhone.
According to authorities, one suspect was identified after footage was recovered from a security camera recording during the time the robbery took place. Furthermore, a witness told police he had seen both suspects shortly before the robbery, armed with a BB gun.
The witness told police the suspects returned and told him they had just robbed a pizza delivery driver.
According to authorities, Tillman was arrested and later confessed to acting with the other suspect in robbing the delivery driver. He told police he had taken the victim’s money while the other man held the BB gun.
The gun used was recovered from the suspect’s residence, in addition to the clothing worn during the robbery.
No further information regarding the incident or other suspect was immediately available.