On Friday night, a Chicago grocery store clerk and an alleged robber were shot and killed by a concealed-carry permit holder who had stopped the heist.
Fox station WFLD in Chicago reported that at around 6:20 p.m., an armed suspect entered the El Barakah Supermarket on 73rd St. in Chicago's South Shore neighborhood.
After attempting to rob the business, the armed guy, subsequently identified as 24-year-old Nicholas Williams, was shot by a bystander.
Police said that the witness who fired the first shot legally had a concealed carry permit.
Ali Hassan, the 63-year-old store clerk, was hit by the suspect's return fire.
Apparently, Hassan took bullets to the back and chest. After being transferred there, he sadly passed away.
At some point during the conflict, Williams was shot in the chest. At the site, medical personnel declared him dead.
It has been reported that three firearms were located and collected by the police at the site.
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