Cashier shoots at 2 suspects who tried to rob Village Pantry in Carmel

Carmel borders on the north of Indianapolis. Some relatives used to live there.

CARMEL, Ind. — Carmel police are looking for two people who attempted to rob a Village Pantry early Wednesday morning.

The Carmel Police Department said officers responded to a reported armed robbery at the Village Pantry at 9601 North College Avenue around 3 a.m. Wednesday.

Witnesses told police that two suspects entered the business and tried to rob it by holding the cashier at gunpoint. At some point, the cashier shot at the suspects and they ran away with an undetermined amount of cash and merchandise.

Armed Woman Defends Herself After Gunfire Erupts In Dover

The Dover Police Department is investigating a shooting that occurred in the 100 Block of Old Forge Drive on Sunday morning, according to M/Cpl. Mark Hoffman, Public Information Officer.

Hoffman said at approximately 1:08, a 21-year-old female observed several black male subjects walking around her vehicle in front of her residence. They walked away from her vehicle and were standing near a black hatchback vehicle parked on Old Forge Drive.

The female drove in her vehicle toward the subjects when one male pulled a handgun and fired several rounds, striking her vehicle in the rear passenger side door. The female stated that she open carries a handgun and returned fire before fleeing in her vehicle.

No injuries were reported and no shots appeared to strike anything else in the area. One of the male subjects was described as being a black male wearing a blue jacket. The group of subjects fled in the black hatchback vehicle.

Two shot during ‘botched’ robbery in Dothan

Looks like the victim gave back better than he got.

DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Two men are recovering after shooting each other in a robbery gone wrong, according to Dothan police.

Officers responded to “a robbery/shooting call” on Greentree Ave Monday where they found that the suspect tried to pull a gun on his target only for the victim to fight back.

The would-be robber shot the victim in the leg, but he didn’t escape unscathed as the victim pulled out his own gun and shot the suspect twice, once in the shoulder and once in the leg.

Both men were treated for their wounds, which have been determined to be nonlife-threatening. While the suspect has not been identified, arrests are expected in this case.