Man Shoots Robber, Robber Checks Into Hospital POSTED: 12:21 pm CDT July 4, 2007 Email This Story | Print This Story Sign Up for Breaking News Alerts FORT WORTH -- Police said three suspects wearing yellow bandanas robbed customers and cashiers in an Albertson's grocery store in southwest Fort Worth around 11:30 Tuesday night. The husband of an employee was waiting in the parking lot for her when another employee called him from inside the store to tell him the store was being robbed. The husband entered the store with a handgun and confronted one of the robbers, witnesses said. The suspect allegedly pointed his gun at the husband and the husband opened fire. Police said the husband had a concealed handgun permit. All three suspects fled the scene. The said he husband followed them, still shooting as they ran into the parking lot and into a field behind the building. The husband said he was certain he his one of the robbers. Investigators are comparing shell casings to determine if the suspects returned fire. No one else was injured. About 90 minutes after the incident, a boy with a gunshot wound to his buttocks entered the emergency room at Hugely Hospital in south Fort Worth. Investigators said he fit the description of one of the robbery suspects, but they still need to interview him to be certain and before they can make an arrest. MedStar transported the boy from Hugely to JPS Health Network where he was under police guard as a suspect. Police said he will be charged when he leaves the hospital. The injured suspect was identified as 17-year-old Raysun Johnson. He was shot in the buttocks and the foot. Officers said they found what they think is one of the robber's guns in a field behind the store. Police are still looking for the other two suspects. Police said no charges are expected against the husband of the employee. Copyright 2007 by nbc5i.com. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.