Love showed up on foot with a laptop box, and then showed Repp a gun and forced him back into his own vehicle.
Police said Love took Repp's wallet and ran off.
Repp is a concealed-carry gun owner. He told KTUL.com that he pulled his gun, but decided not to fire because of his surroundings.
"It was $350, so it wasn't worth shooting him," he said Wednesday. Plus, there's houses and an apartment building back there. I didn't want to kill the kid or have a stray bullet go into someone's house."
Repp said he's had good experience with Craigslist before, but says this is his last attempt to buy
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