Emmett Toft was convinced that the two robbers who struck
his Milford, Va., store meant to kill him and his son Richard. So
when one was off guard, he attacked the criminals and reached for
his own .38. The pair fled as the elder Toft and his son, who had
retrieved his own pistol, opened fire.
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