Domino's GPS-powered pizza tracking is available in many more places
Earlier this year, Domino's Pizza said it would let you track your pizza deliveries using GPS. And, well, the company is now delivering on that promise. Domino's announced today that approximately a quarter of its locations across the US will have the technology in place by the end of this year. In 2020, a "significant portion" of Domino's remaining locations will allow you to track your order through the company's mobile app. If the Domino'sIf the Domino's Pizza you're ordering from supports GPS delivery tracking, you'll also be able to opt into text notifications. By doing so, you'll get messages when your pizza is two minutes away and when it has arrived at your door.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) is cracking down on food deliveries by e - bikes in the Big Apple. Workers say they are being shaken down by police
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NEW YORK (WCBS 880) -- Officials are searching for two men wanted in connection to 22 robberies where the suspects used electric bikes to rob food delivery employees in the Bronx and Manhattan.
All incidents happened between September 13th, 2019 and December 3rd, and police say the men used an electric bike to follow food delivery employees on electric bikes.
They would then use either a knife or pepper spray to accost the victims before forcibly removing the victim's bikes and fleeing the location.
Video footage was released early Wednesday by police of an incident that occurred on Dec. 3, at 528 West 46 Street. Authorities say at approximately 8:50 p.m, a 24-year-old food delivery man had finished making a delivery when one suspect riding an electirc bike asked him for directions.
While distracted, the victim unlocked his bike and the second suspect threw him to the ground, sprayed an unknown chemical substance and both males fled with his bike in unknown direction.
The victim was not seriously injured as a result of this incident.
Police urge anyone with information to call the NYPD's Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-8477.
Colorado man robbed bank, immediately threw cash in air yelling 'Merry Christmas' .
A Colorado Springs robber was anything but discrete after he stole thousands from a downtown bank on Monday afternoon, with witnesses saying he immediately ran outside and yelled "Merry Christmas!" while throwing wads of cash into the air. © Colorado Springs Police Department Colorado man robbed bank, immediately threw cash in air yelling 'Merry Christmas' An eye witness told KKTV that the man, identified by police as 65-year-old David Oliver, left the bank, threw money into the air, shouted the holiday wishes, then went to a nearby Starbucks where he sat down and waited to be arrested.