*Now this should just piss you off.
According to a report by the St. Louis Dispatch, two teen girls were suspected of shoplifting at a beauty supply store in Missouri. The business is owned by a Korean family, and when the girls were confronted, one was taken in after a previous juvenile warrant was discovered, but the other — a 13-year-old — was let go with a formal warning and the approval of the store owners.
But “Miss Thang” apparently didn’t appreciate this, and decided to return to the store hours later, WITH A GUN, and proceeded to SHOOT the couple.
You know how we do: Right is right and wrong is wrong! Family members marched her a** right up to the police station and had her turn herself in!
Because she is 13, her name is being withheld, but reports say she is in the area often. Police said the girl returned to the store after 4 p.m. and shot both the man and the woman before leaving with merchandise.
Though it is unclear where this child got the gun, Detective Lt. Shawn Applegate from the Bellefontaine Neighbors Police Department told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that a witness confirmed the girl was only in the store for less than a minute, before she “came running out, swinging in her right hand a revolver as she ran.”
The elderly couple is believed to be the parents of the Korean store owners, who originally handled the situation. The 70-year-olds do not speak much English, and the store has been owned by the same family for more than a decade.
Both of the injured people are recovering, although an earlier report erroneously said the woman had died.
The Bellefontaine Neighbors Police Department or Crimestoppers want to hear from you if you have information. Contact them at 1-866-371-8477. And watch the Insideedition.com video report directly below.