A dozen delivery persons robbed of electric bikes

Two men have allegedly robbed at least a dozen delivery drivers of their electronic bicycles since March and now police are asking the public's help in identifying one of the suspects so they can hit him with an electric charge.

An arrest warrant has been issued for William Mack, 43, of Camden, for three of the robberies, police said. A second suspect is described as a black man in his 30s who is between five-foot-five and five-foot-eight with a medium build.

William Mack.

Police said the gunpoint robberies all occurred in the Central and South detective divisions and began on March 21. All of the victims were delivery drivers who rode electric bicycles, which the department said retail for around $1,200. The delivery persons were also robbed of their cell phones, money and other valuables during the crime, police said.

While the drop-off locations for the deliveries differ, police said just two phone numbers have been given in all 12 robberies.

Don't let these guys do the electric slide. Anyone with information on Mack's whereabouts or the identity of the other suspect is asked to call the Central Detective Division at 215-686-3093.