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Jay's Mart Robbery Lookout Admits to Crime

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In Missoula District Court on Tuesday, a man changes his plea, and admits he served as a lookout for the group that beat a convenience store clerk and robbed the business back in January.

Cruz Bernardi spoke up during the court proceeding, and admitted to the judge he scouted out Jay's Mart to make sure it was empty.

Bernardi said he called Andrew Badger -- saying the coast was clear -- before the group of five men beat the clerk with baseball bats and took the cash register drawer.

Bernardi pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit burglary on Tuesday, and will receive his sentence on August 27.

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