The Bobb brothers, Jack and Harold, were on duty in their
Washington, D.C., store. Two men, one armed, walked in and demanded
their money. The brothers handed over $1263. As the bandits turned
to leave, both brothers pulled out their guns and began shooting.
One would-be robber fell severely wounded and the other was captured
by Harold and a passing motorist.
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