Beer truck driver robbed of money outside ''no-guns'' IGA

Dayton’s is reporting that a man driving a beer truck was robbed at gunpoint on Thursday. As per usual, what they did not mention is that it happened outside a "no-guns" IGA grocery.

From the story:

    Authorities said the robber pointed a gun at the driver at the Westside IGA Supermarket on Germantown in Dayton.

    The driver of the truck said he had his money back with him and a check from the store in his lap. He said the robber grabbed the money and ran.

    The driver said he wants his company to give him a safe to keep his delivery money in, so this does not happen again.

Is this driver really so convinced putting the money in a safe will stop a robbery at gunpoint? If so, he is as naive as the store owner is for thinking that posting signs can keep out criminals with guns. Perhaps if we'd put the two of them together, they would have come up with the idea that a "no-robberies" sign on the truck would have helped...

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