Posted August 18, 2018 3:38 pm by Comments

By Brandon Curtis

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA — When a ROSS loss prevention employee lost his cool, responding officers had to act quickly so that lives could be saved. That’s exactly what happened at a Las Vegas ROSS Dress For Less store last week, and the shots that the officer needed to take were not easy ones.

37-year-old Mohamed Mahmoud was working loss prevention at the store, when he apparently snapped after being annoyed with how a customer was acting.

According to the store’s policy, customers are not allowed to remove shopping carts from inside the store, KTNV reported.

So, when another employee sent him a walkie-talkie message letting him know that a customer with a large purchase would be leaving her cart by the front door in order to get her vehicle, Mahmoud became upset.

The loss prevention greeter asked about the policy violation over the radio, at which point a store manager told him, over the store’s radio system, to stop complaining, KVVU reported.

At this point, Mahmoud reportedly went to the supervisor and began yelling and hitting his fist on the counter. Another supervisor tried to intervene, and that’s when Mahmoud threatened to kill them. Next, he goes out to …Read the Rest

Source:: Concealed Nation

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