Taco Bell employees shot and killed an armed robber who tried to hold up the store on Wednesday morning, according to police.More news: Portland General Electric Co (NYSE:POR) Sees Significantly Lower Trading Volume
Taco Bell employees took matters into their own hands early Wednesday morning when two armed and masked thieves entered their west side restaurant location. One suspect was shot six times by the Taco Bell employees and was later pronounced dead.More news: Eli Lilly to cut 3500 jobs, close Central Jersey location
But how could these fellas have known that three of the Taco Bell employees - two 19-year-olds and a 23-year-old - were about to serve them up with a lethal surprise? However, they would not tell dispatchers who fired the shots, instead opting to wait for police to arrive. Stay with 8News online and on air for the latest updates. One of the restaurant's owners says the shooting was in self-defense.More news: Scott Disick Was Reportedly Hospitalized And Placed In A Psychiatric Hold
A Taco Bell spokeswoman told Cleveland.com the company is "shocked" by the shooting and is offering counseling to employees. The owner of the restaurant told Cleveland.com that "everyone at the store is okay". As of the last report, no one had been arrested in the case. "The employees are very shaken up from today's events, and our franchisee is offering them counseling".
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