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March 14, 2014 at 11:25 AM

Spokane hotel clerk just says ‘no’ to would-be robbers

SPOKANE — Two masked men who attempted to rob a Spokane hotel went away empty-handed early Friday when a clerk refused to cooperate.

Police say the men walked into Hotel Lusso about 1 a.m., indicated they had a gun and demanded money.

KXLY reports the clerk activated an alarm, and when one man saw that he walked out.

The second man demanded money again. The clerk said “no” and the man left the hotel.

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