He had just opened the store for the day, so Birmingham,
Ala., pharmacist William Camp hadn't yet taken off the gun he
carried to work. That was unfortunate for the robber who walked in
and stuck a pistol in Camp's face; in the ensuing shootout, the
robber was critically wounded, but Camp was unhurt. The robber was
free on bond for two earlier robbery charges, police said.
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