shot fired during northeast calgary jewelry store robbery - the jewelry store
Paul Ng was still shaking the day after his jewelry store was shot dead in a violent robbery.
"It's terrible," Wu said on Saturday, as police continued to investigate Imperial jewelry dealers . ".
Fortunately, no one was injured.
Investigators continued to search for two suspects. Det.
Steve Adair said police were called to the store on 3500 block, 32 New York Avenue. E.
Around 6: 45. m.
A masked man and woman walked into the store with a long gun on Friday.
Wu said he was working in the back house when he heard a man ordering the staff to go downstairs.
Then the man came in and put the gun on Ng and ordered him to do the same.
"I was thinking, 'someone is joking with me,'" Ng said, until the man growled at him: "lie on the floor and lie on the floor, or I will shoot you dead. ”Ng complied.
He soon heard that his display cabinet had been smashed, followed by gunfire.
Adair said the man and the woman snatched an undisclosed piece of jewelry before fleeing in a dark gray pickup truck.
When the two left, Wu went to check the two employees and found that no one was injured. he breathed a sigh of relief.
He added that there were no customers in the store.
After reviewing the surveillance footage, the police determined that the shooting was shooting at the ceiling, Ng said.
The store was detained once in the past but did not shoot, and the culprit ordered Ng to pack him a bag of goods.
As officials continue to investigate, the insurance company makes an assessment, and Ng says he is not sure how his business will recover from the incident, especially with Christmas coming soon.
He has a loyal customer base.
But many items, including big
Tickets were stolen from the diamond display.
"It's hard for me.
I don't know what I'm going to do.
"Cho @ calgaryherald. comtwitter.