A convenience store employee in Cincinnati shot an attempted robber this past Wednesday night on September 20. The incident happened in South Fairmount, a neighborhood in Cincinnati. WCPO Channel 9 in Cincinnati published a broadcast and a story about the incident on their website.
The incident happened before 9:30 pm on September 20 at Sam’s Quick Market. Sam’s Quick Market is located at 1932 Harrison Ave.
Per Cincinnati Police Captain Dennis Swingley, the alleged suspect had entered Sam’s Quick Market. The suspect then asked the employee behind the counter for money.
Instead of handing over money, the employee shot the robbery suspect. Someone then called 911. Cincinnati Police arrived at the scene at around 9:30 pm.
Emergency services transported the suspect to Cincinnati Medical Center. The hospital pronounced the suspect dead. Swingley said the suspect has been identified as 34-year-old Hananiah Israel.
The incident remains under investigation.
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