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Newly released video shows a deadly shootout that occurred in December when robbers targeted John Fish Jewelers in Las Vegas.

Two masked robbers entered the store just before it was set to close, NBC News reports. One of them forced store owner John Fish to a safe while the other forced Fish’s brother Steven and a customer to the floor.

Fish’s wife was also at the store, and she went nearby to get help from the store’s bench jeweler, a concealed carry gun owner named Pedro Torres.

When Torres arrived at the front door, one of the gunmen began shooting at him, and Torres shot back, NBC News reports. One of the suspects died.

Torres was shot three times but survived.

The other suspect got away but was arrested recently.

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More than two dozen rounds were fired in the shootout, police said.

Read more at the NBC News

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