An 82-year-old homeowner took a couple of shots at an intruder with his firearm early this past Sunday morning. ABC 6 in Indianapolis published a story about the incident on their site, TheIndyChannel.com.
The incident occurred in Owen County, Indianapolis. Per the news story, Owen County Dispatch received a call about shots fired at a residence in the 6000 block of Cunot Cataract Road at around 5:30 am this past Sunday, June 11.
Upon arriving, police discovered that a suspect had broken into the residence by removing a window air conditioning unit. Once inside, the 82-year-old homeowner confronted the suspect. The homeowner shot at the suspect. Then, a struggle ensued. Eventually, the suspect escaped.
The victim does not believe that any of his shots hit the suspect. The homeowner was the only one present at the time of the attempted robbery.
Police have no description of the suspect. No further details have yet emerged regarding this incident.
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