Two men entered the Cleveland, Ohio, dry cleaning shop where
John Bercseny is a clerk, one with a pair of trousers on his arm.
One stayed at the front of the store while the man with the trousers
came up to Bercseny and asked how long it would take to have the
pants cleaned. When Bercseny replied, the man raised the arm with
the pants to show the gun held below, as the man at the front
produced a gun and held it to the head of the building caretaker.
The gunman with the trousers fired a shot at Bercseny, who then
grabbed for his own gun. As Bercseny raised his weapon the gunman
at the front fled, followed by the other.
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