https://www.ajc.com/news/crime--law...HxG0mY8difmaAoNsRK/?__twitter_impression=true A man gets robbed by an apparently unarmed robber at a gas station. The robber rips a gold chain off of the neck of the victim and runs into a waiting getaway car. There is another person waiting for the robber in the getaway car. The victim is armed. QUESTION: is he authorized to shoot at that car or the robber (specifically) inside the car? May the armed victim do this to stop the bad guy from getting away with the stolen jewelry? For the purposes of this question assume that the crime of robbery by sudden snatching is a violent "forcible felony." But shooting at the robber would also endanger the robber's passenger waiting in the get-away car. Is that a problem, or can the victim consider both of them to be part of the same robbing crew and open fire on both of them?