robs store with a 4 way tire iron

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    Quote Originally Posted by mano3 View Post
    The clerk could've smashed the robber's head into the counter when he was distracted by all the money - twice!

    I think the shoe guy was in on it too - he used his shoe phone to call the robber...
    sure glad he didn't throw it then we would have had a "MWAS" (shoe) call. shoe phone.jpg
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    Shoe guy was definitely in on it,you can see the Robber approach from the far left after he gets by the building is when shoe guy opens the door and does his fake checking his shoes BS,as the guy rushes past him with a tire iron he doesn't exhibit any reaction just like he was expecting it to happen,then continues to hold the door open in case they have an electronic lock on it.
    When BG is grabbing the cash would have been a perfect opportunity to draw and shoot from retention.
    "Outside of the killings, Washington has one of the lowest crime rates in the country,"
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