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Thieves in Maryland apparently just couldn't wait for the Tuesday release of Call of Duty: Black Ops. Over the weekend, a gang of ruffians wielding handguns burst into a GameStop store in Harford County and stole more than 100 copies of Black Ops.
The robbery took place right before closing on Saturday night, when at least two strong-arm thieves slammed into the store, forced a couple of no-doubt terrorized customers into a storage area, and took off with four cases of Call of Duty: Black Ops.
Police suspect that this is not the first GameStop robbery the group has pulled off. Witnesses spotted a white mini-van leaving the scene; and a late-model white minivan was also seen at the time of an earlier robbery of a different GameStop location.
Cops ask area residents to be on the lookout. If anyone offers you an early copy of Black Ops, let the authorities know about it and help nab these nefarious nere-do-wells.
Source: Baltimore Sun