Would-be robber scared off by clerk’s shotgun

by  |  published on December 6, 2012

Police were looking Monday for a man who tried to rob a Santa Paula store Sunday but fled after the clerk fired a shotgun at him.

Police responded to a report of an attempted robbery at 8:21 p.m. at Junior’s Market, 502 N. Oak St. A man pointed a gun at the clerk and demanded money, according to Santa Paula police.

The clerk pulled out a shotgun and fired once toward the man, police said. The man was not hit and fled north on Oak.

Police searched the area but did not find the man. He was described as about 20 and 5 feet 6 inches tall. He was wearing a black beanie pulled down to his eyes, a blue bandanna over his face and a black sweatshirt with white lettering, police said.

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