A Dubbo pizza delivery driver was recently robbed while waiting at traffic lights, local Domino's franchisee Josh Arnold says.
"We had someone pull up beside a delivery driver and steal pizzas out of the car," Mr Arnold confirmed.
"At a set of traffic lights, they opened the car door, took the pizzas and drove off."
The revelation comes after vandals targeted Domino's on Monday morning at its Orana Mall store.
Staff turned up for work and found windows to a Domino's delivery car smashed in pieces on the ground.
"Obviously on a public holiday we don't have a great deal of staff on so it was a pretty big inconvenience for them to have to deal with that today," Mr Arnold said.
"We've got one car off the road tonight which was meant to be used by a delivery driver."
According to Mr Arnold staff would be forced to use their own cars to deliver pizzas because it was a public holiday and the car could not be repaired.
"The mall security came and told us they saw on the security footage that it looked like 10 youths that did it," he claimed.
"According to the mall security they didn't even actually touch the car, it was just damage, they didn't even look in the car to see if there was anything to steal."
Domino's and its workers have been repeatedly targeted in recent months, Mr Arnold revealed.
"A few weeks ago one of the driver's own car had rocks thrown at it while they were delivering a pizza.
"I think it might have been off the railway bridge over in West Dubbo, in Whylandra Street.
"These sort of things have always happened, it's always disappointing when you have something damaged by a member of the public for no reason at all."
Mr Arnold urged other businesses and community members to report crime to police so more resources could be allocated to combating it.
"If people aren't reporting this stuff there's nothing that can be done and there's no statistics to go off to say this sort of thing is happening," he said.