Harrison authorities probe pizza prank

Police say they are trying to figure out who is behind a pizza prank at Harrison Mayor Joan Walsh's home.

Walsh says the pizza deliveries began about one year ago, but have picked up in frequency more recently. The mayor says over the past year, she and her husband have received about two dozen deliveries that they did not order.

Police say the caller is hard to trace because he or she is using blocked numbers to call in deliveries from restaurants all across Westchester County.

Walsh and her husband say they are not sure why they are being targeted and that they hope the prankster is caught soon.

Police say they will continue to investigate until there is an arrest.

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