Oregon authorities are looking for a suspect who attempted to rob a convenience store armed with a hatchet.
Unfortunately for the would-be thief, the clerk was quick to draw a gun. He then called 911.
What happens next will be upsetting to others. The clerk ended up losing his job because the president of Plaid Pantry in Oak Grove stated that the chain has a zero-tolerance policy for weapons and that it’s employees are trained to de-escalate robber situations in order to avoid injury.
The Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office released surveillance of the incident and are looking for tips on finding this hatchet welding thief.