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Melrose shootout: Robbery target fires back at armed men

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LOS ANGELES (KABC) — Two men who tried to rob some shoppers on Melrose Avenue ended up with bullets in their legs after one of the victims turned the tables and opened fire on the would-be robbers.

Surveillance video shows the brazen robbery attempt Monday night near Melrose and Vista Street.

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