Video Documents Store Owner Fending Off Armed Suspects

posted on July 27, 2015

The owner of a store in Milwaukee, Wis., will not be facing charges after shooting at three men who committed a violent attack on his property. A security camera caught the suspects ramming the entrance of the store repeatedly with the back of a minivan before attempting to enter on foot; it also captured the owner firing at the men, who are said to have been carrying guns.

One suspect was shot multiple times and apparently driven to a hospital by his accomplices, where he is refusing to cooperate with police. The store has been a target for robbers previously, with an employee shot during an incident last year.

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