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Police consider the possibilities of radio as an ultra-modern weapon in combatting crime, as a result of a quick capture by radio of two alleged bandits in Pasadena. Photo shows how a gunman held up four employees in a chain grocery store. The victims are, left to right: B.A. Blum; Percy Greene; A. Failing and Fred Schwoerer. As the gunman and a henchman turned to flee after obtaining $50, Schwoerer slipped to a phone and notified police, giving a description of the bandits' auto. Photo dated: November 18, 1930.
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00041959 HeraldÂ Examiner Collection HE Box 1993. CARL0000046059 http://184.108.40.206/cdm/ref/collection/photos/id/13405
Pasadena (Calif.).--Police Department Police--California--Pasadena Police communication systems--California--Pasadena Pasadena (Calif.) Herald-Examiner Collection photographs