One man who works in security at Rockford, Illinois bank made everyone proud with his brave and heroic actions.
An armed bank robber walked into Alpine Bank in Rockford, Illinois thinking he would make some easy money, but, soon enough he realized he thought wrong.
Brian Harrison, the security guard on duty at Alpine Bank, didn’t hesitate to draw his gun and shoot the serial robber Laurence Turner who died at the scene.
Security guard Brian Harrison whipped out his gun and shot the robber dead when he saw the perp was waving a gun around. The attempted robbery occurred while three bank employees were duty. No one was hurt during the terrifying incident.
Police said Laurence Turner had stolen his mother’s car the morning of the robbery. He had committed three other armed robberies during the past three months, including a local jewelry store and two other banks.
Harrison, the hero of the day, was examined yet discovered blameworthy of no charges. It was regarded that his activities were in self-preservation.
As for Alpine Bank, they rushed to recognize their security monitor’s activities, releasing a letter that expressed, “While confronting remarkable conditions, you acted with mettle and snappiness to ensure our family. You are a legend to every last one of us”.
People need to learn that actions… All actions, have consequences…Some good and some bad. If you want to rob a bank while pulling a gun when there is security protection… Then you are going to get shot. It is a stupid move and whoever pulls it, will pay the price.
Although is sad what happened to this man, it does not sound like the robber cared much about how his many victims felt!
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