Dierbergs Markets, Chesterfield, Mo., was the target of an extortion attempt that led authorities through two of the chain's stores and homes of top executives. The incident, which lasted more than 10 hours from July 10 to 11, began when Dierbergs got a call from a man demanding money or else he would blow up two stores in West St. Louis County and the executives' homes, said police, who would not disclose names. At each location, police found a package containing a letter directing them to ...
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