A homeowner in Springfield, Missouri shot and killed an attempted robber on Wednesday, Sep. 12. KTTS published a story about the incident on their site.
The home is located in the 3200 block of West Madison. At around 1:30 am, the victim called 911 to say that he had shot a suspected burglar after the suspect had broken into his home.
The victim stated that he had retrieved his gun after hearing a noise. He spotted the suspect and then shot him.
Per Lt. Curt Ringgold, the shot suspect died later that morning. Ringgold identified the deceased suspect as Christopher A. Seitz. Seitz, 36-years-old, is from Springfield.
This incident is the third such incident in Springfield this week.
An investigation has begun with no word on the name of the shooter or whether authorities will file any charges.
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