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The Post and Courier's Tony Bartelme's reporting on the robbery of a North Charleston Chick-Fil-A:
"I was pretty shook up, but then I just focused on what to do." [Tom Hubbard, assistant manager] ran after the robber, watched him climb into a white Dodge Caravan, and then dialed 911.
North Charleston Police quickly spotted the van at nearby hotel parking lot.
Doh. When fleeing the scene it would probably be wise to skip town and hide the car for at least a half-day.
Turns out, Hubbard also thinks the robber was a kid who used to work there a few months ago.