A 7-Eleven clerk received no bullet wounds after a customer shot him almost point-blank 6 times
Two men entered the store to buy groceries, but after the bank card was declined three times, the furious shopper pulled out a pistol and shot the cashier six times without hitting him once.
The clerk said the same gunman “then tracked him with the gun as he was trying to find cover and fired again. (The gunman) then fired several more times in the direction of the cashier,” police wrote in the affidavit, reports Deseret News.
The incident happened about 6:30 a.m. Friday at 4051 S. State in Millcreek. One of the attackers was quickly found by the police after examining the CCTV footage. The car plate got on the record. Jackson Baka Issa, 20, was arrested on Friday.
During the search of the suspect's house, two firearms were seized. A preliminary investigation revealed that Issa has a criminal record in Salt Lake City and is prohibited from possessing a gun.
Also during interrogation, Issa refused to reveal his accomplice, the one who shot the 7-Eleven worker six times. The police continue to search for the shooter.