[SAPD Sergeant Daniel] Alonzo said the store clerk told officers a man walked in, pointed a gun at him and demanded cash. But the gunman ended up leaving the store empty-handed.(from KSAT-12)
"Basically, the clerk just stood his ground and said he didn't have any money to give him," Alonzo said. "The suspect really wasn't too threatening with the weapon. He just asked him for the money twice, and turned around and walked out."
Alonzo said witnesses reported seeing the robber casually walking down a nearby street. The clerk told police he thought he recognized the man as a customer who lives in the area.
Two more things:
1. That robber is lucky the clerk didn't have a gun of his own, or that he had one and decided not to use it.
2. What dimwit thinks it's a good idea to rob a store where he's a regular customer?