Caught on camera: Surveillance video shows moments after pizza delivery driver was kidnapped

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Kidnappers and robbers are on the loose after a pizza delivery driver was taken at gunpoint.

Police said he was abducted while making a delivery in Raleigh, and WREG obtained surveillance video from where they took him.

Surveillance video from a Raleigh convenience store in the 3500 block of Covington Pike shows Brandon Finley's Dominos delivery car pulling into the parking lot.

Moments later, a man in a hoodie walks in with him.

Police said Finley was forced to drive there after he was approached by three men in a driveway on Fernleaf after he delivered pizza to a house.

Police said the men showed a gun, threatened to kill him and demanded cash.

Fourteen-year-old Fernando Roldan was the one who ordered those pizzas.

"It was late at night after we got done with our soccer game. We just got hungry. So we ordered pizza," he said.

He said he heard something strange after Finley made the delivery, and his family closed the door. "We heard noises and two minutes later, he just left. We looked outside and just saw his car drive off."

Roldan said his family even found something belonging to Finley in their driveway later. "He left his pizza bag after we opened the door to see if he was still there."

Police said the men took $47 of Dominos money from Finley, forced him to drive to his bank on Covington Pike and withdraw $300, and then made him stop at Yale Food and Fuel.

That's where the surveillance video came from.

The security cameras captured one of the kidnappers forcing the delivery driver to withdraw money from his own account at the ATM.

But police said he was not able to get any more cash because he had reached his card limit. So they said the kidnappers made Finley drive to a Goodwill store and left him and the car.

If you have any information about this incident, call CrimeStoppers at 528-CASH.

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