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- n. An instance of robbery where the participants are armed, i.e. are carrying weapons.
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- n. robbery at gunpoint
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The whole nation was shocked when, two months after her abduction, a gun-toting Patty Hearst was seen on surveillance video helping the SLA pull off an armed robbery of the Hibernia Bank in the Sunset district of San Francisco.
Hawthorne Road near Manor Drive in Ripley for a reported armed robbery on Thursday.
Authorities said they were called to Hawthorne Road near Manor Drive in Ripley for a reported armed robbery on Thursday.
“Channel Nine has just learned that there’s been an armed robbery at Uncle Sandy’s Convenience Store on Highland Street.”
He turned it down, having no balls for armed robbery stakeouts, going in doors gun first, gunboat diplomacy police work: meeting the Quentin bus at the depot, pistol-whipping hard boys into a docile parole.
“Marcus Francone is charged with two counts of armed robbery of convenience stores last night.”