One of the suspects who shot a man and stole nine guns from customers at two different gun ranges in two days is in custody, according to authorities.
Sources tell NBC10 a woman turned herself in to police after seeing surveillance video of the crimes. Investigators have not yet released the suspect's name since she has not been officially charged.
Police have recovered the getaway car used during the robberies, but they are still searching for the male suspect involved in the two holdups -- the first at Yury's Gun Range in Philly's West Poplar neighborhood and the second at the Delaware Valley Sports Center in the city's Bustleton neighborhood.
Officials say the pair of robbers approached their victims as they were leaving the gun ranges and held them up at gunpoint.
The suspects were waiting in a parked car -- a late model dark colored 2-door coupe -- outside Yury's at 544 N. Percy St. around 6:40 p.m. Wednesday, just as a 68-year-old man was leaving the range.
As the man got into his car, the two suspects moved towards him and pointed a handgun at his face, according to reports.
They emptied the victim's pockets and took off with his backpack, which contained two .22 caliber handguns, accordign to authorities.
The next day, the two suspects went to Delaware Valley Sports Center at 101 Geiger Road to try out the same heist.
A 67-year-old man and his friend were exiting the Sports Center around 8:40 p.m. Thursday when the robbers approached them and demanded they hand over their guns and cash, according to officials.
Even though the victims did not resist, one of the suspects fired a shot, striking the 67-year-old man, according to reports.
The 67-year-old man was transported to Frankford Torresdale Hospital. He was still in critical condition Saturday.
Police describe the male suspect -- who is still at large -- as 5-feet 10-inches tall with a thin build and in his twenties.
The car used in the crimes was located on the 200 block of South Hanson Street in West Philly Saturday