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Auntre Moore

 ST. LOUIS ( KTVI)- Two men suspected of robbing a pizza delivery driver has been charged.  Authorities say Christopher Moore, 28, and Auntre Moore, 19, were involved in a robbery on December 7. 

According to the indictment, authorities believe the pair attacked a driver in the 4200 block of Virgina. The driver was attempting to deliver a pizza when he was approached by the suspects.  Authorities say Christopher Moore was armed with a large kitchen knife and told the driver he would kill him.

The driver told police he was pinned against a wall and was robbed of $150 in cash, his wallet, cell phone and his pizza order.  

Police later found both suspects in an apartment in the 4200 block of Virgina with the pizza order that was stolen.  Both face Robbery First Degree and Armed Criminal Action charges.

Authorities have not said if they believe the pair are responsible for similar crimes.

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