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Pizza Parlor Applicant Makes Strong First Impression

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Pizza Parlor Applicant Makes Strong First Impression

Pizza Parlor Applicant Makes Strong First Impression

Pizza Parlor Applicant Makes Strong First Impression

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Police in Las Vegas say a man named Alejandro Martinez walked into a pizza parlor. He ordered a slice of pizza and started filling out a job application. Apparently he decided he didn't want the job, because allegedly, he then pulled out a gun and demanded money. A clerk gave him $200, and Martinez fled. But he was not too hard for the police to find. Authorities say he left behind that job application, which included his real name and address.