Michigan Gas Station Clerk Pulls Gun On Would-Be Robber

A gas station clerk with a concealed carry permit drew a gun on a would-be robber in Dundee, Michigan.

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An armed gas station clerk in Dundee, Michigan turned the tables on a would-be robber in the midst of a crime spree last weekend.

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Dundee Village Manager David W. Uhl told Monroe News the suspect walked into the BP Gas Station at around 6:12 a.m. and announced a robbery, lifting his shirt to imply that he had a gun.

Fortunately, the quick-thinking, 60-year-old clerk sprang into action and pulled out a .45-caliber handgun. He then pointed it at the robber, who suddenly got cold feet and fled the store. As Fox 2 Detroit reports, the clerk is a concealed carry permit holder.

Unfortunately, that was just the beginning of the suspect’s crime spree. Shortly after the aforementioned incident, he robbed a BP gas station in nearby Milan. After that, he went to Pittsfield Township and robbed a Circle K convenience store.

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According to Monroe News, the armed robber is a white male who stands at a height of 5 feet 11 inches. During his crime spree, he had a bandana pulled over his face. He was seen traveling in a dark colored vehicle.

[h/t to NRA News]

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