Two masked gunmen robbed and kidnapped a Domino's Pizza manager in West Valley Saturday.

The manager, 26, was leaving the store with the night's earnings about 2:30 a.m. when the gunmen approached, West Valley Police Lt. Lynn Hanson said. They took the manager's money and took cash from a delivery driver.The men stole the driver's delivery truck and drove away holding the manager at gunpoint, Hanson said. They left the driver at the store, 6900 W. 3500 South.

The assailants bound the manager with duck tape and left him behind a gas station about a mile away from the pizza franchise, Hanson said.

"They fired a shot into the air and told him they would kill him if he called police," Hanson added.

Police later found the manager uninjured. Investigators were looking for the stolen truck Saturday and have yet to make an arrest.