WATSONVILLE, Calif- What started out as an average day at the Markley's Gun Range in Watsonville turned scary for a 38 year old man and his 46 year old father-in-law, Sunday afternoon.
According to Watsonville Police, the two men from Santa Cruz were shooting at the range when they decided to go home and loaded their weapons into the back of their vehicle.
After doing so, they were approached by a man wearing a bandana and armed with a handgun, demanding their weapons.
The 38 year old man fled the scene soutbound on Vic Rugh Ln. but the 46 year old stayed and faught the suspect, grabbing the handgun and struggling with him briefly until the suspect broke free of the man's grasp.
The suspect then began chasing the 38 year old and shot at him multiple times, hitting the man in the leg.
After the suspect shot at the man, a black or dark green Acura picked him up on Vic Rugh and fled the scene, towards Freedom Blvd from Gardener Ave.
The vehicle was described as being black or dark green in poor condition, year sometime between 88-92 with a rear tinted window that was bubbling.
The suspect's are still on the loose, at this time.
The 38 year old man who was shot was flown to a Bay Area hospital but is expected to be fine.