Lakeshore Service, Inc., in Erie, PA, was robbed at gunpoint this past Saturday. An employee was hit in the head by the thief who made off with $1,200 and 142 state inspection stickers. The shop employee grabbed a gun and chased after the robber, but was unable to find him.
Below is the article as it appeared on the Erie Times-News website.
Millcreek police continue search for man who robbed auto repair shop
June 27, 2011
Staff report, Erie Times-News
Millcreek police are continuing their search today for a man who robbed an auto repair business at gunpoint on Saturday morning.
Police said a male employee of Lakeshore Service Inc., 5434 West Lake Road, was hit in the head by the man as he robbed the business of $1,200 in cash and 142 state inspection stickers shortly before 11 a.m. Saturday. The employee grabbed a gun after the incident and ran down the street looking for the robber, police said.
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