Arizona: Four Robbers Didn't Suspect Armed Shop Owner, Employee
On May 11th four suspects attempted to rob M&M Customs, a car alarm and stereo shop on the 3000 block of North Stone Avenue in Tucson, Arizona. The armed robbery happened at around 7:00pm on a Tuesday night, the suspects first arriving at the scene to hold one of the employees at gunpoint. Only the criminals received more resistance than expected.
The business owner drew his gun and proceeded to shoot at the suspects. Soon thereafter the employee drew his own firearm and joined in, firing at the robbers as well. One of the suspects was killed; one suspect was wounded with life-threatening injuries while the remaining two were left with non-life-threatening injuries.
The shop owner, though wounded in the exchange, did not suffer any critical wounds.
Police have not released the identities of the suspects.