Apologetic Gunman Robs Store

May 2007
Convenience Store News;5/7/2007, Vol. 43 Issue 6, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports that a gunman apologized for robbing a convenience store in Altamonte Springs, Florida, after the store's clerk Mary Parker had a heart attack. According to the report, the gunman entered the Kangaroo Express convenience store for the purpose of robbing. He pointed a handgun at 60-year-old clerk Parker, then Parker told the gunman she was probably having a heart attack. He allowed Parker to call 911 and then grabbed his loot and apologized.


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