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