Man Charged for Threatening to Blow up Best Buy Store

Police in Colorado say an avid gamer threatened to blow up a Best Buy store Tuesday morning when the retailer did not have his pre-ordered video game.

The man Lomorin Sar, 31, allegedly said he would shoot people in the parking lot if he could not purchase the video game "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3." The Best Buy manager said that Sar became irate, asking employees when they planned to leave so he could attack them outside the store. Employees at the Best Buy store told police that they were "scared for their lives".

Police later pulled over Sar, driving away from the store in a black SUV, and charged him with disorderly conduct.

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