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West Kelowna duo in court for allegedly robbing pizza girl

Two West Kelowna residents are facing robbery charges after a pizza delivery driver was allegedly robbed last Thursday.

A female pizza delivery driver was robbed in West Kelowna, BC while making a pizza delivery, Sept. 20 at approximately 8:30 p.m.

"The West Kelowna RCMP identified a 20 year old West Kelowna woman and a 21 year old West Kelowna man believed to be responsible for the assault," said Const. Kris Clark.

Both individuals will be appearing in court facing charges of Robbery.

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