Crime Doesn’t Pay: Cash Register Thwarts Would-Be Thieves In Massachusetts

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4:14 PM EDT January 23rd, 2013

Three men in Springfield, Massachusetts were thwarted in their attempt to rob a Chinese restaurant when they could not figure out how to open the cash register, according to police.

The men – one of whom was armed – entered the Peking House restaurant in Springfield on Monday but fled the scene after being stumped by register. The suspects remain at-large, reports NPR.

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