A customer at a business in Norman, Oklahoma, shot a gas masked attempted robber this past Wednesday on Jan. 10. KOCO Channel 5 News in Oklahoma published a story about the incident.
The incident happened at the Bergey Windpower near Rock Creek Road and Flood Avenue. At about 2:30 pm this past Wednesday on Jan. 10, an intruder entered the store. The intruder wore a gas mask. The intruder carried a long gun as well as a firearm on his hip.
When a store employee attempted to intervene, the gas masked intruder shot the employee. That’s when an unidentified customer sprung into action. The unidentified customer shot the gas masked intruder with his own firearm.
Norman Police Department spokesperson Sarah Jensen stated that emergency services transported the shot suspect and the victim to a local hospital. As of KOCO’s story, the victim was undergoing surgery for a gunshot wound to his arm. The gunshot seriously injured the victim’s arm.
Jensen said that Norman Police Officers learned that the incident had started as a domestic dispute. The Normal Police Department Hazardous Device Unit searched the building.
The investigation remains open. Norman, Oklahoma is the home of the University of Oklahoma.
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