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The jagged openings became entryways through which eager looters climbed, most emerging later with armfuls of clothing and food.
Offcials at Kohl’s, 303 S. Route 83, reported at 6:37 p.m. March 27 a woman ran off without paying for an armful of athletic clothes.
Two men armed with assault rifles robbed a high-end Metairie clothing store Wednesday morning (March 7), making off not with cash but several armfuls of expensive merchandise, including shirts that retail for $400 to $500 each.
Police have said the men, armed with assault rifles, entered the store, ordered two employees and a customer to the ground and grabbed armfuls of merchandise valued at roughly $60,000.
Think of a young Gary Cooper with an armful of spindly wooden rackets heading for the clubhouse and a tall cold mineral water.
In other thefts, the men are accused of grabbing armfuls of clothing before running out of stores without paying for the merchandise.
Criminals know that gun stores can be easy targets to obtain armfuls of firearms in a matter of minutes.
Just pick up an armful of d'Anjou, bartlett, or comice pears, and let your imagination run wild.
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: an amount that can be carried in a person's arm or arms
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