Philly restaurant owner stops two masked robbers
The store’s surveillance cameras captured the holdup as the crooks began stealing cash.
But their spree ended when one of the store owners pulled out his own handgun, and opened fire – sending both of them running.
The outdoors surveillance camera recorded the crooks climbing a fence to get away, but one was hit by the owner.
“People do have a right to bear arms. The owner was just protecting his family,” said Philadelphia Police Lt. John Walker.
Investigators also found that the suspects had tried to cut the wires to a surveillance camera, but failed to disable the system.