At gun point, Pharmacist Robert Strom of Seattle, Wash.,
emptied his cash register and a supply of drugs into a cloth bag.
"If anybody comes in before I get it, I'll kill you," the gunman
hissed. He ordered Strom to lie on the floor and ran for his car.
Strom got up, grabbed a rifle and fired 3 shots. The bandit slumped.
Police found him critically wounded.
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