BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - The owner of Southwest Coin & Jewelry was faced with three armed men who tried robbing his jewelry store Thursday afternoon.
Officials said the three men entered the store at 4429 Ming Avenue at about 4:30 p.m. and held the store owner at gun point.
According to the video, one of the men came in and appear to be casing the store before the robbery occurred.
In the video, the men later entered the store again and one man started smashing a display case with a hammer attempting to steal merchandise.
A man with a baby is seen pulling his child to the ground with his wife going down with the two.
In the video, one of the men jumped over a counter and confronted the store owner.
Officials said an argument ensued and then gun fire broke out between one of the men and and Doug Jarvi, the store owner.
Jarvi told 23ABC News that he had blood on his shirt, but wasn't shot.
Bakersfield police said they have arrested two of the men.