Off-duty police officer couple stop armed robber whilst on date night

Off-duty police officer couple stop armed robber whilst on date night

- Chase and Nicole decided to go out for date night a day after Valentine's Day

- While eating and relaxing, a suspicious man walked in dressed in a black hoodie that covered most of his face

- After chasing the suspecting for a while, the super duo arrested him

A married couple has become the talk of the town after selflessly saving lives during their date night.

Briefly.co.za learnt that the two cops went out for dinner to celebrate Valentine’s Day but ended up working because duty always calls.

Married off-duty police officers stop armed robbery while on date night

Chase McKeown and Nicole McKeown were having their meal at a fast-food joint when a man wearing a surgical mask walked in. Photo: Elizabethtown Police Department
Source: UGC

According to NBC News, Chase McKeown and Nicole McKeown were having their meal at a fast-food joint when a man wearing a surgical mask walked in.

The two quickly reacted after noticing something was not right about the situation.

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The suspect had his face covered with a dark hoodie and made sure his face could not be captured on CCTV.

He then pulled out a gun and threatened to shoot if the staff did not give him their money.

The couple quickly got up, pulled out their weapons and quickly approached the suspect.

As soon as the thug sensed danger, he bolted out of the restaurant and the couple followed suit.

After a chase, the cops managed to corner Justin Carter and disarm him.

The two proved they were a team on and off work as they managed to coordinate a successful arrest without flinching or making a mistake.

“In marriage we’ve got each other. We are going to talk things out, we are going to deal with whatever comes at us,” the husband said.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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