One of a pair of armed robbers in Racine, Wisconsin apparently tried to execute a customer during a convenience store holdup, then shot himself in the leg during his escape.
Two people were found shot after two masked men robbed 16th Street Foods, 2722 16th St., at gunpoint Monday afternoon.
One man, a 40-year-old customer, was found at the store after he was told to lie down after the robbery had been completed and was then shot in the chest as the robbers left the store, according to store owner Mustafa Abdelrahman.
The other person, a 16-year-old boy who was held as a suspect in the robbery Monday evening, was found with a gunshot wound to his leg at Twins Food Market, 1812 16th St., according to Sgt. Jessie Metoyer of the Racine Police Department.
The 16 year-old thug robbing the place was the only person with a firearm, but somehow the “journalist” reporting the story couldn’t put the details together that this waste of oxygen who tried to execute a witness managed to shoot himself in the leg a half mile away while making his escape.
Let’s hope that the innocent customer fully recovers, and that the two suspects enjoy a very long stint in prison for armed robbery and attempted murder.