Man charged with two hammer stick-ups
A man in Missouri was arrested and charged for two convenience store holdups in which a hammer was his alleged weapon, according to this report:
In both robberies, the bandit threatened clerks with a hammer. The first was just after 4 a.m. at the Kum & Go at 1605 E. Kearney St. The second was a little later at the Kum & Go at 1550 N. Glenstone Ave. Police say the robber threatened the clerks with a hammer and ran off with money.
Read the full story on the KY3 web site.
Washington Post Editors
| December 16, 2010; 6:41 AM ET
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