TULSA, Oklahoma - One pizza delivery man came to the rescue of a delivery driver from another restaurant Sunday night in Tulsa. Police say it happened at the Darlington Place Mobile Home Park near Archer and Yale around 11:30 p.m.

Residents had ordered pizza from Domino's, and when the delivery driver got there, he was robbed by a man armed with a pistol. The robber got away with the driver's wallet and car keys, according to police.

 A Mazzio's pizza delivery driver was also at the mobile home park, and he gave the other driver a ride to a nearby QuikTrip to call police.  They later located the robbery victim's car still in the mobile home parking lot, though his wallet was gone.

The suspect is described as a black male around 30 years old, 200 pounds, 6 feet tall, balding and dressed in red.