The owner, who was returning from lunch, saw the robbery in progress, the news station reported. He told Channel 2 he hit the robbers over the head and in the face with a bag full of glass pickle jars.
Two bystanders then tackled one of the suspects, Worsham said.
Two other suspects drove off in a car, he said. The incident turned into a police chase that ended with a crash on Glenridge Road.
One of the suspects was arrested at the scene, and the fourth suspect ran away into a wooded area, Worsham said. Channel 2 reported that the suspect on the loose was the getaway driver.
Collier, Robinson, and the juvenile are all charged with armed robbery, possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony, felony criminal damage to property, possession of tools for the commission of a crime, obstruction and two counts of battery.