Police: Would-be robber shot in Aurora - The Denver Post
A man shot by a security guard while allegedly attempting to rob a Check into Cash store in Aurora this morning was in grave condition, according to Aurora Detective Bob Friel.
As of 3 p.m., the suspect was still alive and being treated by doctors at a local hospital, the spokesman said.
Friel said Aurora police dispatchers received an alarm from the Check Into Cash shortly after 10 a.m., and officers — who were nearby — arrived at the store within a minute.
Friel said the security guard told officers he had spotted the man in the store holding a handgun and believed there was a robbery in progress.
Friel said the suspect was shot at least once in the body by the security guard.
"We are not sure if the security guard was employed by the business or the shopping center," said Friel. "The security guard has been cooperative" and is currently being interviewed by police at police headquarters.
At the time of the incident, there was a clerk in the store. She was not injured, said the police spokesman.
The store is at 15270 E. Sixth Ave., which is at the intersection of East Sixth Avenue and Chambers Road.
Detectives were at the scene investigating the shooting. Check Into Cash outlets offer "payday advance services."