‘I got busted on the side of the head’: 7-Eleven clerk beaten with shotgun during robbery in Livonia
DETROIT – Robbers used a shotgun to beat a 7-Eleven clerk during a robbery early Wednesday in Livonia. The clerk was working at the store at 7 Mile and Inkster roads just after 1 a.m. when two men wearing masked rushed him. One of the men had a shotgun, police said. The men demanded the money from the cash register. Despite cooperating with their demands, the man with the gun started hitting the clerk with it.
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