MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Two men are facing charges for trying to rob a Verizon store in Inver Grover Heights last summer.

Jamaal Marquie Mays, 33, and Jaquon Keshawn Moman, 25, are facing federal robbery and firearms charges in the August 17, 2017, incident.

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According to the U.S. Attorney’s office, the two men attempted to rob the store while brandishing a firearm in front of a store employee. That employee has a concealed carry permit, and fired his own gun at Mays and Moman, who returned fire.

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One of the men charged was injured in the shootout and hospitalized. The employee was not harmed.

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Prosecutors say Mays is a felon, and is therefore prohibited from having a gun.