Robber Shot By Store Owner In West Virginia

posted on January 20, 2016

The owner of a convenience store in Fort Gay, W.Va., received a notification that an alarm was going off in the establishment. When he arrived at the store, he reportedly found a suspect loading goods into a bag. The two men struggled, and the owner ended up shooting the suspect.

Police believe that the incident may be related to another call from the night before, when someone apparently tried to steal an ATM from the premises; they are also looking for a second suspect. According to WSAZ, the wounded suspect is expected to survive, and the owner will not be charged for shooting him.

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