Five men held up an Allentown pizza shop at gunpoint Friday night, according to police. Two of the men were arrested while fleeing from the area.
Around 10:20 p.m., five black males with guns entered Little Caesars on the 1600 block of Union Boulevard, made the employees get on the floor and removed an unspecified amount of money from the cash register, according to Allentown police.
The suspects then fled in a blue vehicle that was subsequently stopped by police in the 300 block of Grant Street.
While fleeing from the vehicle, two of the suspects were taken into custody by police. The other suspects remain at large.
Charged with robbery, conspiracy to commit robbery, theft and terroristic threats were 20-year-old Daiquan Robinson of Allentown and 18-year-old Kylin Spadaccia-Houpe, who has no current address.
The investigation is continuing. Anyone with information pertaining to this incident is asked to contact Allentown police.