Two men arrested, accused of robbing pizza delivery man

Police have made two arrests after a pizza delivery man was robbed Monday night.
The incident happened just after 11:00 P.M. when an employee of Domino's Pizza was delivering an order to an apartment on Jenkintown Road. According to police, the order had been previously phoned in. 
Police say the delivery man went to the apartment to deliver the food, but the residents said they never placed an order. As he walked back to his car, two men approach him. One of the men pushed the delivery man down while the other placed what was believed to be a gun on his back, police say.
According to police, the victim grabbed the gun and began wrestling with the suspects before they punched him in the face and fled with the food order and an unknown amount of cash. 
The victim suffered bruises and lacerations but did not require medical treatment.
Later that night, before 1:00 A.M., an Abington officer stopped two males fitting the description of the crime. 
After investigating, 23-year-old Rashon Izeem Singleton-Saunders and 21-year-old Quincy Evans were connected and charged with robbery, assault, and related offenses.
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