CHICAGO (STMW) — An armed robber who helped steal a “football sized pizza” and $13 from a couple delivering food was arrested after one of the victims recognized him on Facebook, Cook County prosecutors said.

Jamokae Smith allegedly popped out of an alley, wielding a blue steel revolver in the 5000 block of West Wabansia as a man and his girlfriend delivered a pizza on Nov. 9.

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While Smith, 22, pointed the weapon, his cohort demanded money, prosecutors said.

The man who was with Smith ran away with the pizza and the $13 in cash, prosecutors said. The female victim later searched Facebook and found images of Smith, whom she recognized, prosecutors said.

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He was arrested Nov. 28 and was positively identified by both victims, prosecutors said.

Smith’s co-offender has not been charged.

Smith was ordered held in lieu of $250,000 bail Saturday for aggravated robbery with a firearm and aggravated robbery.

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