- "I warned him about the cannon under the counter"
- ―Walter Robbins
Walter Robbins, the man running Levine's Liquor Store in "The Studio Secretary Murder" is comforting a woman who is crouched over a man who was shot by two armed robbers. Phelps and Galloway go outside and across the street, cuing a cutscene. First Robber -aka. Wilt- suggests that they turn themselves in, but Second Robber says that they shouldn't to protect their reputation. After hearing some footsteps, the Second Robber tries to run away.
Dispatch Call Script
Dispatch: All units, ambulance shooting, 943 South Broadway at Levine's Liquor Store. 943 South Broadway, Levine's Liquor Store. Any unit to handle, Code Two, identify.
Cole Phelps: 11 King, go ahead.
Dispatch: Ambulance shooting, 943 South Broadway at Levine's Liquor Store. 11K handle, Code Two.
The Second Robber stands his ground and shoots back, but is killed by Phelps. Wilt runs away and attempts to drive past Phelps in an International KB5, but crashes into police cars blocking the alley maybe killing a Patrolman. Wilt then jumps out and jumps a fence leading to a parking lot where Phelps kills him. It's also possible, but difficult, to headshot Wilt through the windshield of the truck before he crashes.