SoCal Jewelry Store Employees Fight Off Hammer-Wielding Smash-and-Grab Thieves with Their Own Fists! (VIDEO)

Orange County, California – Huntington Beach jewelry store employees on Sunday repelled smash-and-grab thieves with their own bare fists.

Surveillance footage shows thieves armed with hammers entering Princess Bride Diamonds at the Bella Terra mall at about noon.

The brave employees jumped into action immediately after one of the hooded thieves smashed a display case with a hammer and began punching and kicking the robbers.

Two of the employees are a brother and sister who work for the family business, KTLA 5 reported.

One of the female employees hit a robber over the head with a chair.

The thieves were stunned and eventually forced to retreat.

It is unclear if they took off with any stolen merchandise.

KTLA 5 interviewed the jewelry store employees after the melee.

“At some point while I was fighting them, one of them actually hit me in the head with a hammer, on the side of my left temple, but I didn’t even register it until after they left because there was so much like adrenaline going on,” employee Dallas Baca said.


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