|DRACUT -- Chief Peter Bartlett reports that the Dracut Police Department is investigating an armed carjacking incident that occurred late Monday evening.|
|At 10 p.m., Dracut Police officers were dispatched to an apartment building on 18th Street for a reported armed robbery.|
Upon arrival, officers spoke with the victim, a 24-year-old Hudson, N.H. man who told police he was making a food delivery for a local pizza shop. When he arrived in the parking lot, a man approached him and pulled out a firearm and demanded money from the driver. The man, who was wearing a mask and a black hooded sweatshirt with sweatpants, ordered the driver out of the car.
|After taking a quantity of cash and the delivery driver's food, the suspect fled in the victim's vehicle, a gold Nissan Altima.|
|The delivery driver was not injured.|
|The Nissan was later located in Lowell by the Lowell Police Department. The vehicle was taken to a tow yard and secured by police. A police K-9 unit tracked the scent of the suspect to the intersection of Humphrey and Methuen streets before the trail ended.|
|The incident is under investigation.|
|If anyone has any information on this incident, they are asked to contact the Dracut Police Department at 978-957-2123.|