A Papa John's Pizza Delivery Boy was robbed at gunpoint Sunday night in Kansas City, authorities said.

Officials from the Kansas City were called to the scene at around 9 p.m. EST at the 2200 block in Silver Avenue with regard to an armed robbery. They spoke with the 27-year-old victim who said a homeowner aimed a gun at him and robbed him. However, he didn’t suffer any injuries, police said.

The robbery suspect called the victim inside his home, took the pizza and thereafter his wallet by pointing a gun at him. The former allowed the victim to leave a while later, KCTV reported.

Police didn’t release any information about the suspect.

In a similar incident in June, a 20-year-old man in Kansas, identified as Javonte Terrell, was arrested for robbing a pizza delivery agent at gunpoint. The 39-year-old pizza delivery driver said that he was called to an address that he found non-existent. He then contacted the customer who asked him to reach a different address. When the driver got to the new location, the man approached him with a handgun and robbed him.

Representational image of 'Everglades Pizza' seen at Neighborhood Pizza in the Gulf Coast city of Fort Myers, Florida, Jan. 28, 2014. Guillaume Meyer/AFP/Getty Images