A convenience store clerk shot an attempted robber early on Tuesday, May 22. Fox 4 News in Dallas published a story about the incident on their site.
The incident happened early Tuesday morning on May 22. It occurred at a 7-Eleven store in Pleasant Grove located on Lake June Road. Pleasant Grove is a suburb located southeast of Dallas.
The suspect entered the convenience store. The suspect then raised a firearm and attempted to rob the store. That’s when the clerk on duty fired at the suspect. The bullet hit the suspect. Dallas police didn’t say where the bullet struck the suspect.
The suspect fled. Police discovered the shot attempted robber bleeding outside another convenience store gas station. Dallas Police didn’t release information about the suspect’s condition.
Although customers were in the 7-Eleven at the time of the incident, none were hurt. After watching video from the convenience store cameras, police determined that the clerk’s actions were justified. The clerk isn’t expected to face any charges.
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