A suspected robber at an Oklahoma Burger King apparently picked on the wrong victim.
The alleged robber, armed with a crowbar, approached a man leaving the restaurant in Tulsa, Sunday. The customer, however, was a concealed-carry gun owner, according to KOTV.
According to police, the alleged victim shot the robber in self-defense.
The suspect fled, only to be found later at a hospital with a gunshot wound to his shoulder, according to KJRH-TV.
No arrests have been made, though police interviewed the injured man and will determine if he will face charges.
No charges were filed against the licensed gun owner, however.
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