Domino's Offering Reward for Information in Death of Pizza Delivery Driver

Domino's is offering a reward for information that leads to an arrest in the death of one of its delivery drivers. 

The pizza company announced the $7,500 reward for information in the death of Francesco Michael Digiovanni Thursday. 

Digiovanni, 45, was found fatally wounded inside his Jeep in Burtonsville, Maryland, Monday night. He had just delivered a pizza for Domino's and managed to drive for a couple of blocks after he was shot.

He was found slumped over the steering wheel of his Jeep on Ballinger Drive at Autumn Glen Circle. First responders attempted life-saving measures but the victim died at the scene. 

Neighbors in the area of Aldora Circle reported hearing the shots just after 11 p.m. 

"It's tragic," said Ed Traecy, who owns the Burtonsville Domino's franchise. "I'm having a hard time understanding why."

The scene is just a block away from where a couple was shot to death inside their car three months ago

Anyone with information about Monday's shooting is asked to call police at 240-773-5070.

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