INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana –
A CVS employee in Indiana is out of work after turning back to a robber, WISH TV reports.
Zac Phillips, a former CVS worker for five years, says he is still trying to treat everything that has happened to him.
"You really do not have time to think in such situations, it happened in a flash," said Phillips.
The pharmacist walked the robber to the front where Phillips worked.
He says almost a few years ago that someone robbed the shop while he was there.
"He hit me in my face and hit me with a bottle of laundry soap," said Phillips. "He put my hands at my pharmacy and I was right there when it happened. I did not know what would happen from that point, but I should not let him hurt my pharmacist. "
" People are human. They respond to things. Especially when you see someone who is looking for someone you look at a friend, your instinct is to protect them, says Phillips.
Police arrested the suspect, identified as Jagger Maupin. He calls for more fees, including pharmacy robberies.
A few days later Phillips said he and the pharmacy were kicked.
According to CVS, "by starting physical confrontation", the two former employees broke business policy.
"They do not appreciate anyone, they do not value employees, they do not value customers. They value money," said Phillips.