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Smykketyve at large: being chased by sabres

Four suspected robbers got something of a surprise, since in the end of november at noon-day would break into smykkeforretningen Ashok Jewellers in Mississauga,

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Smykketyve at large: being chased by sabres

Four suspected robbers got something of a surprise, since in the end of november at noon-day would break into smykkeforretningen Ashok Jewellers in Mississauga, Canada. It shows the monitoring from the site, which is now published by the news agency Reuters.

On the monitoring, one can see how the perpetrators smashes a windowpane to the business. The staff runs away, and one of the perpetrators climb into the store, but then comes three employees left with long sabers, such as the fencer off after the perpetrators with. You can see how the confrontation ends up in the video at the top of the article.

- When we saw they came, it dawned on us that we had to respond quickly, saying the butiksindehaverens son to CBC News.

They had a gun, but my concern was that I would not have them into my business. I was willing to do anything to keep them out. Also, if it meant that I myself had been shot.

the 112 - 7. dec. 2018 - at. 03:49 36-year-old man arrested after Illum-robbery

According to the local police, are swords that were used by the staff, not for sale, but hangs in the store as decoration.

- It was a pure luck for us, says butiksindehaverens son.

the Staff are not charged for the use of swords. According to the police were no employees injured during the confrontation.

The four perpetrators are still at large, and, according to the Independent, the police have not yet identified them. They fled in a dark SUV, and the police are demanding now help from the public to find them.

the 112 - 6. dec. 2018 - at. 21:50 'Intensive manhunt' after the Rolex robbery: - It is in the coarse end

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