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Police Identify Suspect who was Shot at Laundromat
DAYTON -- Police have identified the suspect involved in a shooting at a local laundromat.
Jeffery Ellison, 18, is accused of trying to rob the Laundro-Mania using a hammer just before 11 p.m. Saturday.
The owner got his gun and shot twice, hitting Ellison in the leg.
"We've actually been looking for this guy. We didn't know his identity yet but we had some surveillance video. He'd broken into this laundromat two other times to do the same thing, to steal coins out of the machines. We're happy that he got caught," Dayton Police Sgt. Eric Sheldon said.
At this time, the laundromat owner is not facing any charges.
Ellison will be transferred to the jail as soon as he is discharged from the hospital.
DAYTON -- Dayton police are investigating a shooting at the Laundro-Mania Coin Laundry on S. Smithville Road in Dayton. It happened around 10:45 p.m. Saturday.
Police tell us the owner shot a man trying to rob the laundromat. The robber had stolen money from that same laundromat before and police had been looking for the man for some time. Police are not releasing his name yet but say they are happy he is finally under arrest.
Police say there was a brief confrontation when the robber realized the owner was in the back doing paperwork. Police say he tried to throw a hammer at the owner and missed. Police say the owner who had been waiting for the man to come back to the store pulled out a gun and shot at the robber.
The first shot broke some glass. Police say the robber dropped a bag containing less than $50 and took off on foot. Police say he ran toward the nearby McDonald's and the owner fired another shot hitting him in the leg.
Witnesses tell ABC 22/FOX 45 the McDonald's drive-thru was full at the time of the second shot.
Police say the owner isn't facing any charges, but the shooting is under investigation.
Police caught up with the man a couple blocks away at a gas station on Smithville and Linden. They transported him to a local hospital. He is expected to be OK. When released, police say he'll face robbery charges.
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