Armed employees at a Cleveland Taco Bell shot and killed a would-be robber early Wednesday, police said. The two armed robbers wore bandanas on their faces when they walked into the restaurant. They ordered three employees– ages 19, 24 and 44– to the ground at gunp Those employees complied and the robbers walked up to the cash registers, according to police reports.
The three other employees then fired several shots at the robbers. One robber fell to the floor while the second robber ran from the restaurant. The first robber was shot six times. Officers found him unconscious with a faint pulse lying face-up on the floor with a loaded gun still in his right hand, police reports say. He died after an ambulance took him to MetroHealth, according to police reports. The other robber ran out of the store and headed eastbound on Franklin Boulevard. Police are still searching for the second robber.