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Spokane coffee stand robbed for 4th time in year

Associated Press
SPOKANE — Workers at the Jitterz Java coffee stand in Spokane are understandably nervous. It was robbed Sunday night for the fourth time in the past year. Owner Sara Chapel told KXLY a man waited for an employee to get supplies from an outside storage room, followed her back inside and grabbed money from the register. He said, “Don’t worry it’s not your money.” Chapel says it’s frustrating because she’s taken steps to improve security such as having security cameras and windows that automatically lock.
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