Guy with Sawed-Off Shotgun Robs Loco Pez

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Yes, even your favorite late-night munchie establishments in gentrifying neighborhoods are not immune from to crime.

Investigators say the suspect [carrying a presumably terrifying sawed-off shotgun] was waiting for the two employees and two customers after they closed up Loco Pez on the 2400 block of Norris Street in Philadelphia’s Fishtown neighborhood. The suspect forced the victims back into the bar where he stole $70 from them before taking another $1,000 from inside the business.

Nobody was hurt, but the suspect got away. At least there weren’t any burritos used in the crime.

  • Grammar Is The Easy Part

    You need a new editor or get a grammar tutor. The idiom is “immune to” not “immune from”. In another article you wrote, “Headed For McGillin’s” when you meant “Headed To McGillin’s”.

  • cthomas

    I’m for the new editor. Did this occur last night? Tuesday night? When is an important part of the five Ws.

  • What a joke

    Do you people take your job seriously? You get paid to write this garbage, making jokes about burritos after people were robbed?