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A BB gun powered by a CO2 cartridge and painted black was recovered at the scene.

An alleged carjacker’s standoff with police ended when the suspect was shot after refusing to drop his gun.

The attempted carjacking took place just after 1 p.m. on Thursday, January 19 in Corona when the suspect, 46, approached an elderly man sitting inside a 1992 Oldsmobile and hit the victim with his gun, police said.

After witnesses came to the aid of the victim, the suspect fled.

Plain-clothed officers spotted the suspect after a description was transmitted over the radio.

A brief chase led to a driveway on 46th Avenue in Corona.  After the cops ordered the 46-year-old to drop his weapon, one officer fired a shot, hitting the suspect in the stomach.

He was taken to Elmhurst Hospital and is in stable condition.

A BB gun powered by a CO2 cartridge and painted black was recovered at the scene. Investigation is ongoing. Charges are pending.

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