KC business owner hit 9 times by gunfire during robbery leaves US for native country

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A business in Kansas City, Mo., where the owner survived nine gunshot wounds during a robbery, has closed.

A sign on the building now says the the business is closed and the building under new management.underground clothing

BayazidOsama Bayazid opened Underground Clothing two years ago near 64th and Troost.

On Thursday, Dec. 18, a man attempted to rob Bayazid, but within moments, witnesses told police Bayazid pulled out his 9 millimeter handgun and exchanged gunfire with the robber, hitting him.  Isaac Gravely was arrested and charged with attempted robbery and armed criminal action. Police continue to look for a second man in connection

The gunfire wounded Bayazid in the stomach, thighs and arm, but amazingly, none of his major arteries was hit.

The shop’s landlord tells FOX 4 that Bayazid has decided not to reopen his business and has returned to his native land, which he thinks was Syria.

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