As Fred Boulter approached a Malden, Mass., A&P store, he
noticed a police cruiser pulled up and two policemen entering the
store. Boulter drew abreast of the store window and saw one
policeman lying on the floor and another staggering out of the front
door. When three gunmen rushed out of the front door and fired shot
after shot at the staggering policeman, Boulter pulled out a cal.
.32 automatic and fired at the three men who were trying to get in a
car parked across the street. One of the thugs took a bullet in the
leg from Boulter's gun and fled with another bandit as Boulter
crossed the street and kept a bead on the remaining man until police
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