http://www.ksn.com/news/local/9372731.html WICHITA, Kansas, August 25, 2007 - Police say a 40-year-old man walked into the Salyer Pharmacy just before 11:00 a.m. near Market and 21st Street and demanded cash. The man who had disguised himself with a handkerchief around his face, produced a handgun when he asked for the money. What he didn't know, was that clerks inside the store were armed as well. Police say one of those clerks also pulled out a handgun and shot the man. When police arrived, they rushed the man to a Wichita hospital where he later died. As for the pharmacy, police say nothing was taken, and at this point it appears the shooting was justified. "They're in their business, and they have a right to protect themselves," Wichita Police Lieutenant Sam Hanley said. "Based on what I know now, I would say that they were justified in their actions. However, that is something the DA's office and our investigation is going to have to determine." Neighbors say the pharmacy has been around for decades. Police believe the robber may also have been after the pharmacy's drugs. The robber's name has not been released.