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A Huntington Beach business owner and two armed suspects exchanged gunfire as the suspects attempted to rob the business around 4 p.m. on Saturday, police said.

The two suspects forcibly entered Isabella’s Fine Jewelry, located on Algonquin St., and were confronted by the owner, who attempted to defend himself. The owner was not injured, but a customer suffered minor injuries due to broken glass, police said.

The suspects escaped the crime scene in two separate cars headed toward the 405 northbound freeway.

Huntington Beach police officers arrived at the scene and are investigating the incident.

The suspects, owner, or customer identities haven’t been released.

“There is no current public safety threat related to this incident,” a statement from the police department said.

One potential suspect was detained after one of the cars that left the crime scene crashed in Los Alamitos on Saturday evening. After the car crash, several people fled the scene.