Robber sought after victims fight back inside ''no-guns'' UDF store
Columbus' NBC41.com is reporting on yet another violent encounter inside a "no-guns" United Dairy Farmers location in Ohio. And this time, the incident was caught on camera.
From the story:
- Shortly after 12:30 a.m., police said Kaya Horn and Bradley Treneff were ordering ice cream inside United Dairy Farmers, located at 530 S. Hague Ave.
Police said that when Horn opened her wallet to pay for her order, a man attacked her by knocking her to the floor and attempted to steal her wallet.
Treneff then came to Horn's aid and knocked the suspect off her, police said.
The two men then became involved in a fight inside the store, causing displays to be knocked over. Police said Treneff suffered a broken hand from punching the suspect, who then ran away from the store.
Police said the would-be-robber was a white man in his 30s, around 5 feet 9 inches or 5 feet 10 inches tall with a heavy build. He was bald and had a goatee, and was wearing a white T-shirt and gray shorts.
The suspect may have visible injuries to his face and head, according to police.
Click here to view still images from the latest UDF attack.
Is United Dairy Farmers Director of Security John W. Osborne still under the delusion that “no-guns” signs can keep UDF patrons and employees safe? Can his boss still have confidence in Osborne after all the evidence to the contrary?