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Robber Killed by Gas Station Owner

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"Robber Killed by Gas Station Owner"
December 11, 2001

Greenbelt, Maryland -- Police in Prince George's County say a would-be robber was shot and killed by a gas station owner in Greenbelt.

Homicide investigators say an unidentified man in his 20s allegedly tried to rob the store when the owner pulled out a gun and shot the suspect several times.

The incident happened at around 4 p.m. at a Shell station on the 10,000 block of Greenbelt Road.

Corporal Robert Clark says the man reportedly told patrons to leave as he entered the mini mart. Clark says police are asking those who may have been getting gas at the time to call them with any information.

Clark says police have recovered a weapon and are analyzing the owner's gun. He says the store's owner and another employee inside at the time are being questioned.

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