COLUMBUS, Ohio -- For the second time in a week, a store clerk fought back against would-be robbers. The attempted robbery occurred at the Walford Market in Clinton Township at about 8 p.m., NBC 4's David Wayne reported. Police said 19-year-old Shandos Young and 18-year-old Justin Cockrell entered the market with bandanas over their faces and threatened the owner and another employee. The store owner wrestled the gun away from one of the robbers and then fired the gun at them. "I seen these guys storm in with their guns. I dropped the phone, backed away, drew my gun and fired two shots and just tried to get them out of the store," said Clive Weidle, the store clerk. Investigators said set of footprints leading away from the store guided officers to the alleged weapon, a coat and latex gloves. Both teenagers were captured a few blocks away and charged in connection with the robbery. Officials said the extensive surveillance system in the market showed the incident from several angles. The teens are scheduled to appear in court on Friday. No injuries were reported.