Robber Bets Victim He Doesn’t Have a Gun, Loses


A robber approached his mark and asked for a smoke. When he didn’t have one, he pulled a gun and said, “Bet you don’t have one of these?

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After hearing the man’s “bet,” the would-be victim then “pulled out his weapon and began firing shots,” officer Colendula Green told WLBT.

The suspect, who has not been identified, was hospitalized and may face robbery-related charges. His condition was unknown on Friday. The man who shot him is not being charged by police.

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