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Mayfair Pizza reopening weeks after co-owner, daughter shot during attempted robbery: 'Be patient with us'

PHILADELPHIA - Weeks after a Philadelphia pizzeria owner and her daughter were shot during an attempted robbery inside the crowded business, the doors are set to reopen. Authorities say on March 8, 19-year-old Kaleb Bridges entered Mayfair Pizza just before 9 p.m. wearing a mask and hood.

According to police, he used a handgun and demanded the cashier, identified as the shop owner's daughter, fill a bag with money from the register. The owner's daughter was shot once in the shoulder and as her parents and several employees attempted to stop Bridges, her mother was shot once in the abdomen, according to the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office. Customers inside the pizza shop managed to subdue Bridges and restrain him until the police arrived. He was later taken into custody and charged. After the shooting, the family-owned business was closed for several weeks but announced it would reopen on March 27 at 2 p.m. Weeks ago, the owner's daughter told FOX 29 that she was physically okay and that her mother was home from the hospital working on recovering. According to a post on the business' Facebook page, the store will be reopen but serve customers during modified hours. "We ask that you please be patient with us as we navigate our way back to a working pace," the business said on social media.

"This process may take some time because we will not be at our full employee capacity. We will strive to do our best to get orders out in a timely fashion.

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Police: Video shows shooters fire more than 60 shots at group of teens in West Philadelphia triple shooting -
Police: Video shows shooters fire more than 60 shots at group of teens in West Philadelphia triple shooting
PHILADELPHIA - The Philadelphia Police Department is asking for the public's help to identify four suspects wanted in connection with a triple shooting in West Philadelphia that left teens injured. According to authorities, the shooting occurred on the 1500 block of N Frazier Street on Monday around 4 p.m. Police say a 13-year-old and two 16-year-olds were injured in the brazen broad daylight shooting. Officials say that the 13-year-old, who was shot in the abdomen, was transported to LankenauMedical Center and placed in critical condition. MORE LOCAL HEADLINESOne 16-year-old was shot five times throughout his body and transported to the hospital in extremely critical condition, according to police. Authorities say the other 16-year-old was shot in the abdomen and taken to a local hospital, where he was placed in stable condition. On Thursday, police released surveillance video of the shooting, showing four masked suspects they say were armed with rifles and semi-automatic pistols.According to investigators, the suspects fired more than 60 shots before fleeing the area on Lansdowne Avenue. Anyone with information on this is urged to contact Philadelphia police or submit an anonymous tip online. Police say a 13-year-old and two 16-year-olds were all injured during a triple shooting in broad daylight on the streets of West Philadelphia.
Watch: Mons Venus security guard fights off man in devil mask trying to get into club with gun - - city Saint Petersburg
Watch: Mons Venus security guard fights off man in devil mask trying to get into club with gun
TAMPA, Fla. - A suspect wearing a devil mask was arrested after trying to go inside a popular Tampa strip club with a gun, Tampa police said.The Tampa Police Department said 44-year-old Michael Rudman was seen by a security guard walking toward the entrance of Mons Venus with a gun in one hand and a flashlight in the other Sunday morning. He was wearing a black devil mask and the words "kill" and "darkk one" were on his arms, Tampa police said. RELATED: Watch: Fleeing burglary suspect hits Sarasota police officer with car and takes offA security guard at the venue saw the gun and knocked it out of Rudman's hand, according to TPD.During the incident, one round from Rudman's gun was fired which hit the front door of the venue, police said. The security guards involved suffered minor injuries form the altercation with Rudman, but no one inside the venue was harmed, according to authorities. "There is no question that the security guards who disarmed this suspect saved dozens of lives through their heroic acts, and I am thankful that our officers were able to take this individual into custody before he had the chance to carry out whatever he had planned," said TPD's Interim Chief Lee Bercaw.READ: St. Petersburg boxer accused of disfiguring boy during ‘whooping’Upon arriving at the scene Tampa police officers found additional ammunition, knives and firearm accessories in Rudman’s truck.The suspect is facing charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, battery, aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, and purchasing, possessing or receiving a firearm while under a risk protection order (RPO).While Rudman's motives are unknown at this time, detectives have learned that he had visited the club the night before.