Robber shoots his way out of cell phone store

Robber shoots his way out of cell phone store

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    Robber shoots his way out of cell phone store

    OK, let me get this straight. The gunman locks the door before the robbery and then later discovers he can't escape because the door is locked. What am I missing?

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    I remember many years ago in Fairafx County a robber at a McDonald's shot his way out of the McDonald's that the police had him surrorunded in.

    Talk about game on....

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    I do not think he was too smart; he did everything wrong. But what the two women did was not very smart either; they could have died.
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    thinking the gun was a fake.....

    perhaps if the blissaninnies in control of education would teach Gun Safety instead of pushing fear
    on our youth---they would KNOW the difference between real and fake.
    which as we have witnessed can go a long way towards saving a life.

    as for the moron with the gun--it is worth more than the robbery would have been
    even had it been successful....sheesh. i mean , a working AR gotta be worth more on the streets
    than a safe full of credit card receipts, loose change and personal checks.
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    This would never have happened at the Verizon Wireless store near the Fairfield Commons Mall in Beavercreek, OH! They have a NO GUN sign posted on the front door, so the bad guy wouldn't have gone in there!

    (I trust I needn't mention the above was sarcasm, but I thought I better mention it just in case.)
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    I gotta say, one reason people need to be aware that all guns aren't all metal anymore. LOL.

    Ok, so dummy 1) takes an assault rifle (not easy to conceal when escaping) ... and 2) locks himself in and doesn't have the brains to unlock it. Rattled , was he ??

    I think we're only missing his IQ level, I voting on a 60 score.
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