LYNCHBURG, Va. -

There's a routine Caleb Domeier follows in his daily work at a Lynchburg restaurant.

"Answer phones, make pizzas, cash people out, and then deliver the pizzas," explained Domeier.

The last part of his routine nearly got him killed.

"I just ended up being in the wrong place at the wrong time and got robbed," Domeier said.

Three days before Christmas, Domeier carried a pizza to the Bramblewood Apartments on Old Forest Road in Lynchburg.

Instead of dropping off his order, the customers dropped him.

"There were two girls and they ended up pulling a gun out, hitting me in the face three times, and shoved me down on the ground," said Domeier.

The attackers took his money and cell phone.  They tried to steal his car, but they didn't know how to drive a vehicle with a manual transmission.

"They just kept asking me if I had any more money, and I gave them all I had," said Domeier.

Delivery drivers are easy targets for criminals, but they're not very lucrative.   

"Most delivery drivers don't carry a lot of money, so it's a very futile effort," said Bobby Moore, an a Lynchburg police detective who looking for the attackers.

He thinks they may live near the crime scene.

"Normally, people do these crimes near where they live," Moore said.  "They obviously don't give their own address."

Domeier's attackers ordered their pizza online, giving police some clues like an IP address to help find them.

An arrest will give Domeier some relief, but he'll never forget the incident.  Three of his teeth are chipped and his face is permenantly scarred.

"It was gruesome," said Domeier.  "It was definitely a gut-wrenching experience."

Lynchburg police need your tips to solve this case.

If you know anything, call Central Virginia Crime Stopppers at 1-888-798-5900 and you could receive a cash reward.