Store Owner Attributes Foiled Robbery to Bulletproof Booth

Bulletproof Products, Convenience Stores/Gas Stations

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According to an article posted on, “A woman’s robbery attempt on Christmas morning failed badly: she pulled a knife and rock on a clerk protected inside a bulletproof booth and then became trapped in the store when he remotely locked the exit door.”

The Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania convenience store hasn’t been robbed in five years and the owner attributes the store’s safe reputation to the booth protecting its clerks. Catina Nahodil, the store owner, said. “I think employers who have these care about their employees a lot.”

Angelina Donvito was charged with robbery, disorderly conduct and public drunkenness. Nahodil hopes the failed robbery will serve as a warning to other criminals to avoid robbing her store.

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