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NORTH ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO. (KTVI) - Another pizza delivery driver is robbed in St. Louis County.

Police say a Domino's Pizza delivery driver was robbed at gunpoint in the Castle Point area of North St. Louis County.

It happened around 10:30 pm Tuesday night on Lord Drive.  The pizza driver said a man with a handgun approached his car and asked for cash and a cigarette.  After receiving both, the robber ran from the scene.

The pizza driver was not hurt.

Castle Point residents say county police have step up patrols through their subdivision, but last night's robbery is unsettling since the neighborhood has seen six home break-ins in recent weeks.

Police describe the robber as a black male six feet to six feet two, weighing 160-170 pounds with all black clothing including a skull cap, sweatshirt and pants.

If you know any information about the pizza driver robbery you asked to contact St. Louis County Police (314) 355-1200