A Baltimore police officer arrived on scene to see a suspect running right at him with a shotgun.
Monday morning at around 3 a.m. a shotgun-wielding suspect walked into a 7-eleven and demanded money from the clerk. A Baltimore police officer responding to the scene watched from outside the store as the robber pointed the shotgun at the clerk several times.
The officer, a 17-year veteran of the Baltimore Police Department, pulled up in front of the store as the suspect was running out. The officer quickly left his patrol vehicle and fired shots at the suspect, fatally wounding him.
Reports state that the shotgun used in this crime appeared to be the same weapon used in several other robberies. Police believe that the man and his accomplices may be responsible for as many as 30 robberies over the past summer.
In this robbery, the suspect took only $26 dollars from the cash register.