One suspect is dead and one in custody after a Phoenix business owner came to the aid of a neighboring business. The Desert Schools Credit Union was being robbed by masked gunmen Wednesday when a neighboring business owner apparently heard about the fracas and decided to act. According to one witness, the business owner, who has not been named, took the keys from the get-away car and waited outside for the suspects with a firearm. The suspects attempted an escape, but ended up leaving a trash bin of cash in the parking lot and executing an Axl-Foley-approved whirlwind of property damage trying to get out of the parking lot.

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“He took the keys out of the car because they left the car running. And so he took the keys out of the car and kind of, I guess, he stood behind it waiting for them (the suspects) to come out,” said Therea Sessler, owner of Fix Salon.

“What scares me the most is I’m just a couple doors down,” said Eduardo Lopez, who works at the nearby Jersey Mikes. “It could’ve been me.”