The Colorado Springs Gazette, Colorado Springs, CO, 2/15/84
Friday, June 1, 1984
Eric Wyatt was looking over the books in his father's
Colorado Springs, Colo., liquor store when he heard someone
attempting to force his way through the front entrance. After
violently rattling the door a few times, the intruder gave up and
started around to the back door. Wyatt armed himself with a .357
Mag. revolver and went outside to investigate. He encountered two
masked men, one of whom raised a revolver and fired at Wyatt.
Diving to the ground, Wyatt returned fire, wounding one of the men.
Both men fled but were arrested a short time later.
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