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Robber Hits Remington 7-Eleven for Cash, Candy Bars

The robber was brandishing a handgun during the crime.

A robber made his selection of candy bars before stealing cash from a local business.

According to Baltimore police, at 2:35 a.m., Jan. 27, a robber walked into the 7-Eleven in the 200 block of W. 28th Street, picked out three candy bars and put them on the counter.

He then pulled out a handgun and told the clerk: "Open the register and give me the money."

The clerk complied and the robber ran out the store headed east on 28th Street.

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Baltimore Matt February 05, 2013 at 05:39 PM
It's time for the guys who run that store to keep a shotgun under the counter and remove the riff-raff. There are always crack head bums out front loitering that make potential customers with money feel uncomfortable about going there, especially at night. 9 times out of 10 there is someone asking for money out front, whether it's the mentally challenged old black man who holds the door (he puts you in an uncomfortable situation when you tell him no) or the skinny blond crack head who also prostitutes herself all over Remington. This store can be allot safer but the folks who run it need to step up their game and not allow criminals and bums to hang out on their property. The kind of people who rob convenience stores thrive in this kind of shadiness.

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