LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT)-Dominos Pizza employees on Lane Allen Road in Lexington tell WKYT-TV crews they are frightened.
"He just kept calling and calling," explained Kimberly Marshall, who works in the store.
Marshall says the calls started on Friday and were like prank calls.
"They wanted bubble gum and stuff like that on their pizza," she said.
Marshall says by Tuesday, the calls were filled with cussing and threats.
"Yesterday, the phone rings about 1:15. Threatening they were going to bomb the place. They were going to find me and my kids and rape me and the kids and my mom."
Marshall says the caller made at least 15 phone calls in just a half an hour and only stopped when she said she was calling the police.
"It scared us. Especially after they said they were going to come here and bomb the place. We felt pretty afraid 'cause we didn't know who it was, what they looked like or anything."
While Marshall isn't sure if it's the same caller every time, she does say the number is always blocked. Now, she just wants whoever's responsible to stop.
"I want to try and find him. Because involving kids is just not necessary."
Dominos employees do say that Lexington Police have stepped up patrols in the area, coming by the store often until the caller is caught.
Lexington Police are investigating this as a terroristic threatening case.