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Published on 03 Jul 2014 | over 3 years ago

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A jewelry store heist was foiled when the owner pulled a shotgun on would-be robbers at Joyeria Marlenes' jewelry store in Fresno, California.

The surveillance footage from last Friday recorded the wanna-be jewelry thieves pacing the store nervously, pretending to show interest in the merchandise. While one suspect asked clerk Noe Guzman about bracelets, the other suspect racked the slide of a handgun behind his partner's back. The amateur thieves then demanded cash.

Guzman said he moved to the side so that his uncle, the store owner who was in the back with his daughter and grandchild, could see that a robbery was in progress.

The suspects were surprised when the owner came out from the back with a shotgun.

Looking down the barrell of a shotgun may have led them to question what they'd gotten themselves into. The amateurs finally came to their senses and left the store empty handed.

Guzman and the owner were happy nobody was hurt and that the perps were caught on camera. Police are still looking to identify the suspects, two Hispanic men they believe to be around 17 and 21 years of age.


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