A Washington state pizza chain has become the target of one hungry robber - and on Saturday night, one manager showed he'd had enough.
This is surveillance video of the incident that unfolded in Lacey on Saturday night. A masked man with a gun entered Pizza Time and demanded Jordan Raudenbush hand over a bag containing $200. But Jordan says he was having a bad week and decided he didn't want to put up with it.
He told KIRO, "It was a bad night for me...I kinda thought it was a fake gun."
Turns out that gun *wasn't* fake. Jordan later realized a single gunshot was fired during the struggle.
The masked man has hit at least six pizza shops in the past month and stores are understandably fed up with it.
The restaurant chain is offering free pizza once a week for a year to anyone who helps catch the suspect. Crime Stoppers is also offering up to $1,000 for any information leading to his arrest.
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