Ohio Homeowner Shoots Two Home Invasion Suspects

posted on November 21, 2015

Two suspected robbers were shot during a home invasion in Columbus, Ohio, Monday morning. According to police, the two suspects broke into a home around midnight; the homeowner opened fire at the alleged intruders, hitting both of them. WBNS reports that both suspects fled the scene, having apparently suffered gunshot wounds.   

Police found the getaway car stopped two blocks away. An ambulance picked up one shooting victim, while the other proceeded on foot to a nearby hospital. Both suspects are expected to survive, and there have been no reports regarding injuries or charges pertaining to the armed homeowner.

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