A man was sitting in his vehicle while his wife shopped for
groceries. To his horror, three men burst into the store with a gun,
appeared to fire and began robbing customers. The man called 9-1-1,
then received a call from his wife. "I just heard her saying, `There
is nothing in my purse,'" he recollects. "And there was a `pow.' The
phone went dead." The man, a concealed-handgun license holder,
sprang from his vehicle and entered the store with his .45-caliber
pistol. He hoped to avoid confronting the bandits, but police say
that was not to be. One of the robbers pointed a gun at the man, and
he responded by firing two shots at the suspect, injuring him as his
accomplices fled. Neither the man's wife nor any others were harmed.
"I was just worried about my wife," the man said, noting he took no
satisfaction in shooting the suspect. "I just wanted to get her out
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