Armed Security Guard Kills Bank Robber

Posted March 15th, 2017 by Iron Mike

I love a story with a happy ending!   Jan 20th – the Alpine Bank in Rockford, Illinois and a 34-year old desperado enters – and to get everybody’s attention, – fires a round into the ceiling.

He wasn’t expecting to be in a gunfight with armed bank guard Brian Harrison – who plugged him at least twice.  It’s all over in just 35 seconds.

What do you tell Saint Peter…?

I just went to rob a bank and some old guy plugged me…”

Here are the views from the other cameras…..

9 Responses to “Armed Security Guard Kills Bank Robber”

  1. Varvara

    Good for the bank for having an armed guard. Take a look at the teller’s area and you will understand the reason for the armed guard. No bulletproof glass. The tellers are not protected.

  2. John

    Simply beautiful!

  3. Jim Gettens

    Good job, good shooting!

    Here’s link to another good result:

  4. Kojack

    “I love a story with a happy ending!”

    Ditto for me. Another scum bag eliminated.

  5. MC

    A bank president with commonsense: He hired a security officer who was a retired cop.

    For the bleeding hearts who might be reading. This was the perps 4th robbery in 3 months but he won’t be doing anymore thanks to retired Sheriff’s deputy.

  6. Catherine

    Good shooting!

  7. Hawk1776

    Poetic justice.

  8. Walter Knight

    Damn, security guard jobs are supposed to be easy gigs. Good shooting and good job staying alert.

  9. Billy

    It is great to see security guards getting recognition for the dangerous and courageous work that they do. This is something that I hope no security guard has to experience or go through – but the work that security guard did for the establishment he was hired for will not go unnoticed. He potentially saved the lives of all who were in that bank that day. Very courageous and very deserving of respect.

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