UPS truck hijacked on Cleveland's East Side November 27, 2007 18:23PM Four men hijacked a UPS delivery truck at gunpoint on Cleveland's east side today, taking off with the truck and damaging packages before police found the truck a few hours later. Police have one adult and two juveniles in custody but are still sorting out what, if anything, was stolen or destroyed and how involved the suspects were. Names are not yet available. Lt. Thomas Stacho said a driver for the delivery service had just completed a delivery on E. 101st Street neat St. Clair Avenue about 10 a.m. when he was approached by four males, two carrying handguns and three wearing masks. The robbers took personal items from the driver as well as keys to the truck before driving away in it, Stacho said. Police received a call about 1 p.m. that the truck was in the parking lot of an abandoned apartment complex at E. 101st Street and Folk Avenue. "The contents were strewn about, packages ripped open," Stacho said. Police arrested three people in the area. There are no leads on the fourth robber. UPS officials could not be reached for comment.