PA: Would-be robber picks wrong guy

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December 19, 2010
Pittsburgh Post Gazette    
Posted in 2AM News, News

"On the ground and dazed from the jolt of a stun gun, Bill Miller peered over his shoulder and saw his assailant slip out the door. The man had just taken Mr. Miller's cash and his driver's license at gunpoint. He had a hunch the gunman would be back for more. Mr. Miller scrambled to his feet and grabbed the pistol he keeps in a cabinet above his desk, tucked in the corner of his small auto shop in Dormont. 'I took a step and looked right at the door and all I saw was a chrome gun coming back in,' Mr. Miller said. 'When he came back, I knew it wasn't to say Merry Christmas.'" (12/18/10)  

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