“Don’t you think it’s obvious to rub the fog off in one spot, Stan?”
”No, Joe, I think it would be more obvious if he saw two guys sitting here in a car on a side street just hanging out,” Stan replied. “It would look like we’re on a stake out.”
”This guy is a nasty piece of work, Joe. Plus, he’s smart. He and his buddy had to have real smarts to pull off that bank heist.”
”How smart can he be? He’s covered in that red stuff from the marked money.”
The two men noticed a man in a business suit walking down the street. No car was around. It was many blocks to the business section of the city. The man kept looking around.
After the man walked a block up the street, Joe and Stan started the car and slowly followed him. He started to run. Joe jumped from the car and ran after him. He pulled out his gun, started to shoot, and Joe dropped to the ground.
Thanks to Priceless Joy for the prompt and wildverbs for the photo!
@Rosemary Carlson 2018
Not too smart if he’s going to kill a cop. Tense tale Rosemary
That didn’t end well.
Great story, Rosemary! My brother and his employee caught a bank robber once in much of the same scenario as your story! They got a very large reward for it too!
Oh no, not Joe! I hope Stan got the robber then! Nice writing, Rosemary 🙂
My God, that was an unexpected ending.
A crime thriller. Our man was ready with a gun and killed a hired assassin.
I wonder…who shot him? did he have a heart attack? did he trip?