Brutal moment an owner shocked female corner store is beaten in the face by a villain in a bold daylight robbery
- A shop owner got a cruel robbery from a suspicious teenager
- The victim's husband said the thief made no demands before he struck her
- Fida Azam had a concussion and still has no memory of the event
A criminal has slapped a female entrepreneur in the face and knocked her to the ground before he invaded the store in a daring daylight attack.
The thief made no demands before he brutally abused Fida Azam in her Dissmeyer Super Discounters store in New Zealand.
The shocking images show the thief and another woman, presumably teenagers, on the counter of the store before they have stolen more than $ 2,800 in cigarettes.
Mrs. Azam regained her calmness and ran out of the shop and away from the thieves, while the other woman, with her partially exposed face, helped the violent man.
The attack left her concussion and she still has no memory of the event.
The brutal attack was recorded by the CCTV cameras of the store and obtained by stuff.
& # 39; The children always came for money, but nowadays they come for cigarettes & # 39 ;, her husband Mohammad Azam told Daily Mail Australia.
& # 39; If someone tries to attack us, our plan is not to join in and just go back, but we didn't get a chance & he said.
Mr. Azam said he was quite disturbed by the event and said this was the last thing they expected.
& # 39; No one saw this coming, not our community and not ours. & # 39;
& # 39; Three to four (hours) is the very safe period in which the school is ready and children are out and about, & he said.
The shocking images show the thief and another woman, presumably teenagers, climbing the store counter where he has stolen more than $ 2,670 in cigarettes
Since then, they have been forced to set up bars for their own protection because they could not get cigarettes out of sale because they are an important part of their business.
Shockingly, the enthusiastic co-owner, Mrs. Azam, would like to return to work after the attack.
& # 39; She's in shock, but she's a tough woman and she wants to come back, but it's not the right time, she's got a concussion and she still forgets things. & # 39;
Posting on Facebook after the attack it was clear that the owners were upset.
& # 39; Can you help us identify and find these 2 worthless pieces, & # 39; he said.
& # 39; We need your support to put this kind of behavior into our community.
The attack left the co-owner with a concussion and she still has no memory of the event
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