Los Angeles News
Armed robbery suspect fatally shot by LA sheriff's deputy in Bellflower
BELLFLOWER, Calif. (KABC) -- A man was fatally shot by a Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy following a robbery in Bellflower Friday.
According to sources in the sheriff's department, a man entered a business on the 9400 block of Alondra Boulevard in Bellflower around 2 p.m.
Preliminary information indicates the man brandished a weapon and robbed or attempted to rob the store. Someone called 911.
A sheriff's deputy on patrol nearby spotted the suspect fleeing and gave pursuit. The deputy chased the suspect into an alley, where the deputy shot the suspect. It was unclear if the suspect fired at the deputy.
No one else was injured. There were no other suspects believed to be involved.
deputy-involved shooting, los angeles county sheriff's department, los angeles news, miriam hernandez
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