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Tuesday, 09 November 2010 10:29

Armed robbers steal 100 copies of CoD: Black Ops

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Video games cause violence after all
In an effort to prove that video games truly do cause violence, two men held up a GameStop store in the Baltimore area and stole 100 copies of Call of Duty: Black Ops.

The local sheriff's office said that the robbers pounced on Saturday night, just as the store was about to close. The fact that they had nothing better to do on a Saturday night clearly indicates that the suspects have no life whatsoever.

Both men were armed with semi-automatic handguns, but luckily none of the shocked store clerks were injured in the robbery. Oddly enough, this is the second robbery of a GameStop store in Harford county and investigators believe that the incidents are related.

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