Another Amazon truck stolen marking the fourth truck robbery in Cleveland area in recent weeks

CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio — Two men hijacked an Amazon delivery truck in Cleveland Heights Sunday, marking the fourth time in recent weeks that robbers targeted the popular delivery service, according to police.

The latest incident happened about 1:15 p.m. Sunday on Berkshire Road west of Goodnor Road in Cleveland Heights, according to a police report. The delivery driver told police she was dropping off a package on a porch when she saw two men get out of a four-door truck and hop into her delivery truck.

The driver acknowledged that she left the keys inside her delivery truck as she dropped off packages.

She also told investigators that she had about 100 more deliveries to make, with about 200 packages remaining in the truck.

She added that one of the men looked familiar and might have tracked her from a nearby Sunoco gas station before the robbery.

Police tracked the truck at East 107th Street and Ashbury Road but did not find it. They eventually found the truck behind an apartment building on East 107th Street in Cleveland, the report says.

The latest Amazon delivery truck robbery joins the Nov.

25 armed robberies of two Trucks in Cleveland’s Fairfax neighborhood. Police made no arrests in those cases, but Cleveland police spokeswoman Sgt.

Jennifer Ciaccia said detectives believe the robberies are connected. The third happened on East 154th Street near Glendale Avenue December 10, Cleveland police spokeswoman Sgt. Jennifer Ciaccia.

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