State Police are looking for Damarius Turnage of Harrington who they say shot at a car and robbed a pizza delivery person in two separate incidents in recent weeks.


State Police are looking for Damarius Turnage of Harrington who they say shot at a car and robbed a pizza delivery person in two separate incidents in recent weeks.

According to State Police spokesman Master Cpl. Bruce Harris, Turnage is accused of brandishing a handgun at two victims in Seaford while riding alongside them in a green Ford Contour July 14. Turnage allegedly asked if the victims still had a “beef” with him, then fired a shot, striking their vehicle in the trunk.

On June 8, Harris said, police investigated a robbery in the unit block of Argos Choice Road Harrington, at what is believed to have been the residence of Turnage.

The suspects, Turnage and Charles D. Barlow, allegedly called the Domino’s Pizza in Harrington and ordered a pizza to be delivered to the vacant unit, where they laid in wait for the delivery person to arrive.

With his face concealed by a Freddy Krueger Mask, Turnage allegedly pointed a rifle at the delivery person, tied the victim’s hands and took an undisclosed amount of money.

Barlow is currently incarcerated in the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center for offenses related to this robbery.

Turnage is at large and wanted on warrants in both incidents, including possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, reckless endangering and first-degree robbery.

Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating Turnage. Call 800-TIP-3333 or visit www.tipsubmit.com. Callers may remain anonymous.