Jul 17, 2015 8:25 PM
MANCHESTER- Jacob Choudhry, owner of A&A Convenience, believes the man who tried to rob him Thursday is the same suspect who stole money from his store Sunday.
“I never had this kind of problem that I faced the past three or four days, and this is really unusual,” Choudhry said.
Surveillance video shows a man appearing to check the place out, then soon after, the man appears again.
“With the same shirt number 99, blue shirt,” Choudhry said.
The man was possibly acting as look-out, while another man entered the store, threatening Choudhry in the same manner as Sunday with a knife and hammer, but this time, asking if he “knows the drill.”
Choudhry says he grabbed his bat he now keeps behind the counter and chased the suspect out.
After this second attack on his business in just four days, he’s armed himself with a handgun.
“I have a better thing, he will be surprised, he wouldn’t be going alive,” Choudhry said.
The suspect is described as a white male, thin build with dirty blonde hair. The second suspect who may have helped, is described as a heavy set male with a black football jersey with the number 99.
Anyone with information is asked to call Manchester Police.
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