Armed store manager turns tables on would-be robber and opens fire: police

Armed store manager shoots and kills robber

Chicago auto parts A store manager shot and killed a would-be robber Saturday after the suspect fired a gun, according to police.

Police said a man between the ages of 30 and 40 entered an O’Reilly Auto Parts store in Calumet Heights, pulled out a firearm, and demanded money from the register.

The store manager, whose name has not yet been released, drew his firearm and shot the robber. Police said the manager is a valid FOID card holder.

The would-be thief was transferred to University of Chicago Hospital He was in critical condition and later died of his injuries, according to the police.

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A Chicago store manager shot and killed a burglar Saturday after the suspect targeted an auto parts store, police said.

A Chicago store manager shot and killed a burglar Saturday after the suspect targeted an auto parts store, police said. (WFLD)

Multiple bullet holes pierced the vestibule, along with shattered glass in front of the building. A gun was also seen near the entrance to the store. The detectives are seen later Take pictures in front of the auto parts store.

Multiple bullet holes pierced the vestibule, along with shattered glass in front of the building.  A gun was also seen near the entrance to the shop.

Multiple bullet holes pierced the vestibule, along with shattered glass in front of the building. A gun was also seen near the entrance to the shop. (WFLD)

Police have not yet publicly identified the deceased man.

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The accident comes as many Chicagoans become Concealed carry carriers.

The incident comes as many Chicagoans have become concealed carry carriers.

The incident comes as many Chicagoans have become concealed carry carriers. (WFLD)

Fox News Digital analysis Based on local media reporting going back to 2020, it found at least 44 incidents in which armed individuals — who concealed carry permits or FOID, the Illinois identification card used to own and purchase guns — thwarted an attack or other crime.

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Fox News’ Emma Colton contributed to this report.

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