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(KSL News) An armed man walked into an auto loan business on State Street in Salt Lake this evening and demanded money.
"He came in, he was waving his gun all over the place, demanding like $10,000, which I don't have," said Chas Felt of Primetime Acceptance Corporation.
The business had very little cash on hand, but employees gave it to the man. He then locked the employees up in a conference room and left.
Witnesses say he got into a waiting red sedan, and the driver took off. Police say the vehicle might have Washington state license plates.