Robbery suspect shot, 2nd man sought in Glendora
GLENDORA, Calif. (AP) — Police have shot and killed a jewelry store robbery suspect near Los Angeles and they’re looking for a second man.
The San Gabriel Valley Tribune says a report of a takeover holdup sent Glendora police to Lamas Jewelry on Route 66 shortly after noon Friday.
Officers arrested a woman in a car who may have been the getaway driver, sealed off the area and searched for two gunmen who ran out a back exit.
Authorities say one man was found in the parking lot of a nearby apartment complex and was shot when he failed to comply with commands from a Glendora officer.
Police are seeking a second man.