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Clerk refuses to give store money but gives own for robber

By Chris V. Thangham     May 31, 2009 in Lifestyle
A store clerk refused to open the cash register for an armed robber, but gave the man $40 from his own money to the robber, who needed it for insulin.
The incident occurred at one of E-Z Mart convenience stores in Fork Smith, Arkansas. A man walked into the store with a gun tucked inside his waistband and demanded money from the clerk.
The clerk refused to comply with the robber. The man told him that he hates committing this robbery but needed $40 from the cash register.
The clerk told the robber the money in the register doesn’t belong to him. The robber replied that he needed the money for insulin.
After hearing the reason, the clerk handed him money from his wallet instead. The robber thanked the clerk, shook his hand and left.
Police are searching for the robber.
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