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Police search for suspect believed wounded in pizza delivery robbery

Long Beach police were searching Monday for a suspect who authorities believe was shot by officers after he robbed a pizza delivery man.

Armed with a handgun, the suspect took off with the delivery man's wallet, cellphone and pizza just before 8 p.m. Sunday, KTLA reported.

Officers shot at the suspect following a foot pursuit, authorities said. The man got away but is thought to be wounded, they said.

No description of the suspect was immediately available.


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