A deli owner in Paterson shot at two armed men who were attempting to rob him earlier this month and it was all caught on video, according to CBS New York. Two masked men entered Camilo Liquor on Sixth Avenue on January 6 and proclaimed that it was a "stick up," according to the report. At around 6:30 p.m., the men rushed the deli's counter, but the establishment's owner, Jose Camilo, can be seen in surveillance video grabbing his own gun and shooting at them, scaring them off. Camilo told the CBS affiliate that he felt the need to defend his family after the men pointed a gun at his brother. He said he has 29 security cameras installed at the deli. There have been no arrests made, according to the report.
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