The sign hanging in the store is just icing on the cake. A would be robber faced karma after attacking a retired airforce veteran working as a clerk. The Veteran opened fire on his attacker striking him as he fled.
We just talked to the clerk who was pistol whipped during a robbery last night. He says the ER nurses told him they could see the imprint of the gun in his head. He is ok. He shot and killed his attacker. pic.twitter.com/0yfIbSYGRi
— Amy Hollyfield (@amyhollyfield) December 23, 2019
NBCBAYAREA Reports that a military veteran working as a clerk at a Bay Point market fatally shot an armed robbery suspect late Sunday night after being pistol-whipped in a violent attack caught on camera.
Mark Kasprowicz was working behind the counter at Kam’s Market around 11 p.m. when two masked suspects entered the business. One suspect went to the back of the market and held an employee at gunpoint while the other suspect — armed with a semi-automatic handgun — went behind the counter, pistol-whipped Kasprowicz and started pulling cash out of a register.
“At first I thought it was a joke,” Kasprowicz said. “Two seconds later, I realized it was real. He pushed me to the ground, to my knees and everything.”
When Kasprowicz reached for a gun in a drawer next to the register, the suspect attacked him again and the two struggled over the gun. As they wrestled on the ground, the suspect’s gun went off. The suspect immediately took off running and Kasprowicz opened fire…