We haven't seen the case report ::cough cough:: and we haven't seen any of the detective paperwork ::cough cough:: and we certianly haven't been tipped off by any friendly people wearing gold stars ::cough cough bullshit cough::, but here's some info:
- it seems this offender had military experience - military police experience, so he was more than familiar with Level III holsters and how to remove a weapon from one
- the Walgreen's employee deserves a lot of praise and a medal for staying with the fight. It's possible he was the one who hit the magazine release and saved the Department a couple of funerals.
We're sure more will be forthcoming as the days go on, but remember, a Level III holster isn't the be-and-and-end-all. Someone with skills and determination can still get it from you.
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