(CBS) – A third and final suspect has been arrested in connection with the holdup and shooting of a pizza-delivery driver last October, police in south suburban Dolton say.

Frederick Taylor, 23, of Dolton was arrested Friday with assistance from the FBI, Dolton police said in a news release issued today. Taylor was charged with armed robbery and attempted murder and was being held on $450,000 bond at Cook County Jail.

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The suspect is believed to be the last offender to be rounded up in the Oct. 25 shooting of a pizza-delivery driver, near 141st and Indiana. The trio allegedly ambushed the victim and robbed him before one of them shot the driver three times as he tried to flee.

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Two others were arrested late last year – a 15-year-old who has not been named and Derrien Johnson, 21, of Calumet City, who also faces armed robbery and attempted murder charges. Both are still in custody, police said.

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Dolton Police Chief John Franklin says a $5,000 reward offered by Domino’s Pizza helped bring the case closer to its resolution. The driver who was wounded is still recuperating, he says.