UPS driver robbed at gunpoint - Trentonian The suspect demanded the driver’s cell phone, then went inside the delivery truck with the driver at gunpoint. The suspect went through packages on the truck, taking additional cell phones before fleeing the scene. According to UPS spokesman Dan McMackin, following the robbery, the driver called UPS management to tell them what happened. Management told the driver to immediately return to the UPS customer center in Trenton and that he and management would go to the police station to report the crime. The driver did not return to his route and was given the rest of the day and the following day off.