Everything was going as planned for four men who had just
ambushed a Wells Fargo truck as it made a pick-up at a clothing
store. The truck's two guards were under the gun and helpless to
fight back when the owner of the store and a security guard stormed
from the business, firing shots at the bandits. The counter-assault
created a diversion that allowed the Wells Fargo guards a chance to
unholster their arms. In the ensuing gunfight, the perpetrators
dropped the money and fled. No one was injured.
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