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Auto parts store owner shoots burglar during break-in attempt in west Harris County

Authorities in west Harris County say a business owner shot one of three intruders at his used auto-parts business early Monday.

The incident happened at 115 Cinnamon Drive, along I-10 just east of the Grand Parkway.

Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said the business owner fired at the suspects when he noticed they were breaking in.

One of the suspects was injured, a second suspect is in custody, and a third one remains on the loose, according to Gonzalez.

An investigation is still being conducted at the scene.

 

Ed Gonzalez

@SheriffEd_HCSO

@HCSOTexas units are at 115 Cinnamon Drive (Katy area) in reference to an adult male who observed his business (used auto-parts store) being burglarized and shot of of the suspects. Initial info: one male wounded, transported to hospital, a 2nd male fled, a 3rd possible suspect

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Ed Gonzalez

@SheriffEd_HCSO

(female) has been detained. Investigators are en route.

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