Two kids inside a Chattanooga laundromat witness gun shots during a robbery.
Thursday, police arrested two of the four suspects from that May 26th incident.
Augustine Mejia and his two small kids were doing laundry when the robbery happened.
"I went to sit in the chair, and I was crying, I was saying, why did these guys come here?" questions 7-year-old Mynor Jejias.
The 7-year-old says he took cover and hid after watching his father get robbed at gunpoint at the Coin laundromat on 23rd street.
Now, he feels safer knowing that 19-year-olds Trevor Casteel and Gavin Timmons are behind bars accused of robbing a total of four people at gunpoint.
"I wish those guys would be nice, but they're bad, and now I'm happy that they can stay there in jail and I'm happy that they won't attack us again," said Jejias.
Police say one suspect hit a man in the face with a pistol. They say Gavin Timmons fired a shot at a woman who was trying to get away, but she wasn't hit.
Mynor's father doesn't speak English, but he told us he doesn't care about his stolen money or his two cell phones that he says the robbers took. He says what mattered most during the robbery was his kid's safety.
After what happened back in May, the Mejia family has now bought their own washer and dryer to do their laundry at home.
As for 7-year-old Mynor, he hopes police will catch the other two suspects for his safety and everyone else.
"I don't want them to attack again," said Mynor Jejias.
Trevor Casteel and Gavin Timmons are due in court next Tuesday.
By Jerry Askin