Two civilians shot at and killed an attempted robber in Indianapolis, Indiana over the weekend. FOX 59 in Indianapolis published a story about the incident on their website.
The incident happened on Saturday, August 11. At about 6:30 pm, Indianapolis Police were called to a GetGo located on the northeast side of the city about an attempted robber. The GetGo is located near the intersection of Pendleton Pike and Shadeland Ave.
Police said that they believe the man had arrived to the GetGo via a stolen vehicle. After arriving, the suspect pulled out a gun and attempted to rob the convenience store. Two armed civilians pulled their own firearms and shot multiple rounds at the suspect.
Upon arriving, Indianapolis Metro Police found the suspect suffering from gunshot wounds. Emergency services transported the suspect to a nearby hospital. Later in the evening, the hospital pronounced the robbery suspect dead.
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