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Man Apologizes While Robbing Convenience Store

February 07, 2011  | 


A man who robbed a King County, Wash., Shell station profusely apologized to the owner as he held him at gunpoint, and called him "sir" as he demanded $300, reports KING 5 News.

The robbery is the fourth in the five years John Henry has owned the convenience store.

Surveillance cameras captured the man telling Henry, "Empty the till. I'm robbing you sir."

View the video at YouTube. Read the full story at KING5.com.


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