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“He Shoot My Arm Off!” – Would-Be Robbers Pick Wrong SoCal Liquor Store to Rob (VIDEO)

A would-be robber picked the wrong Southern California liquor store to rob this week.

When the robber walked into the store with his gun in hand the owner blew his arm off.

The would-be robber is then seen screaming, “He shoot my arm off! He shoot my arm off!…” as he ran to his car and his homies took off.

It shouldn’t be too hard for the police to find and arrest this young criminal — Check the local hospitals for men without arms.

Let’s also hope they captured his armed friend who was following him into the store.

ABC7 reported:

Footage shows the armed suspect burst into the business and the owner immediately shoot a single blast from his firearm.

Cameras outside captured the suspect frantically screaming, “He shot my arm off! He shot my arm off!”

Multiple suspects then quickly take off in a dark-colored SUV and almost leave a person behind, the footage shows.

Authorities say the incident happened at Norco Market & Liquor in the 800 block of Sixth Street around 2:47 a.m. Sunday. Four suspects armed with long guns were involved in the attempted robbery and were wearing facial coverings, according to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department.

The post “He Shoot My Arm Off!” – Would-Be Robbers Pick Wrong SoCal Liquor Store to Rob (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

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