September 16, 2017 05:07 GMT by dailymail.co.uk

UPS workers jump to rescue and prevent attempted robbery

Gardena Police Department posted video of UPS employees coming to rescue of man leaving a bank and UPS store in Gardena, California on Thursday.

Not all heroes wear capes! 

Gardena Police Department posted a video of UPS employees coming to the rescue of a man leaving a bank and UPS store in Gardena, California on Thursday. 

At about 2pm, the victim was leaving the bank and walked into the delivery service store before attempting to leave. 

Gardena Police Department posted video of UPS employees coming to rescue of man leaving a bank and UPS store in Gardena, California on Thursday

Gardena Police Department posted video of UPS employees coming to rescue of man leaving a bank and UPS store in Gardena, California on Thursday

As he was walking through the parking lot, two male suspects approached him, attacking the man from behind
As he was walking through the parking lot, two male suspects approached him, attacking the man from behind

As he was walking through the parking lot, two male suspects approached him, attacking the man from behind

As he was walking through the parking lot, two male suspects approached him, attacking the man from behind. 

One suspect, armed with a yellow crowbar, knocked the man to the ground and tried to rob him. 

As they continued beating on the man, a group of three UPS employees run out to confront the men, forcing them to flee.

As they continued beating on the man, a group of three UPS employees run out to confront the men, forcing them to flee

As they continued beating on the man, a group of three UPS employees run out to confront the men, forcing them to flee

They flee in a white sedan and head south. Police reported that the victim was not seriously injured

They flee in a white sedan and head south. Police reported that the victim was not seriously injured

They flee in a white sedan and head south.

Police reported that the victim was not seriously injured. 

The officers posted the video on Facebook and said: 'An important reminder to always pay attention to your surroundings.' 

 

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