Milwaukee police are trying to identify and arrest an armed gunman who tried to steal a Vietnam War veteran’s car on Memorial Day.
According to Fox 6, Saylee Vang had just arrived home when he was approached by a man with a gun.
The armed man, believed to be in his teens, yelled at Vang and told him to hand over his car keys. Vang ignored him and continued to walk into his home.
The would-be carjacker then ran off with two of his friends.
Moments later, Vang then tried to run the gunman and his friends down while driving his car.
The three men turned and shot four bullets at Vang.
Three bullets struck the car, another hit a neighbor’s vehicle, but none of the bullets hit a person.
The three suspects are still on the loose and police are trying to find them.
Vang served in the U.S. military while he was living in Laos between 1971-1975. He came to the U.S. permanently in 1975.
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