A 45-year-old Peoria man was robbed at gunpoint Saturday evening after parking his car.
The two gunmen approached the man after he parked his vehicle across the street from 2602 W. Marquette St.
When he stepped out of the vehicle, they told him to get to the ground, and one pressed a handgun to his head, he told police.
They demanded money, and the man gave them $80 from his wallet. After taking cash and his wallet, they then ran north toward an alley. No one was injured. From PJStar.
Question: Which holster could this fellow have been carrying his weapon in that would have given him a chance to defend himself against the people robbing him? Do you think these robbers would have been able to take his weapon? Had he attempted to pull his weapon, do you think he would be alive today?