The gang shot among the boys 3 times with the weapon as they targeted the crane company Midland Safe Load Indicators Ltd, on Watling Street, in Brownhills.
A Ford Transit van, a magnetic drill, durable batteries, brass fittings and a pump jack were all drawn from the website, which is likewise utilized to send out shipments to Gambia on the weekends, around 4am on Monday morning.
Midland Safe Load Indicators Ltd supervisor Caroline Degville stated she was left ‘traumatised’ for the teenagers and believes the website was particularly targeted.
The 50-year-old, who has actually handled the business for Ten Years, said: “It is a crane organisation which we run Monday to Friday and I likewise run an export business on a weekend.
“We were working on a container the other day and it was late when we finished. The lads stay overnight in the caravan and they are gotten in the early morning.
“They were remaining and around 3.30 am today they heard the workshop roller shutters go up.
“It has got to be somebody that knows that we are here. I believe they were targeting something in particular.
“I’m more fearful and upset for the kids. The gang, of around 10 to 15, threatened them and they had machetes. They heard them in the caravan and threatened to eliminate them.
“I am traumatised for the kids. The one has just been launched from medical facility and they eliminated a metal bearing, shot from the gun, from his head, simply above his eye, and his hand– that is how major it was.”
Forensics officers from Staffordshire Cops combed through the site for proof and an appeal for witnesses has now been launched.
Authorities validated the 19-year-old, who was sent to Walsall Manor, did not suffer life-threatening or life-altering injuries.
A Staffordshire Cops representative said: “Staffordshire Police is appealing for witnesses following a heist at a service facilities in Brownhills previously today (23 July).
“At around 4am this early morning, a gang of masked men forced their method into Midland Safe Load Indicators Ltd on Watling Street equipped with weapons.
“A 19-year-old man was shot three times with a gas gun and was taken to Walsall Manor Health Center. His injuries are not deadly or life-changing.
“The offenders took a van from the website along with several sets of secrets to other cars.
“An examination is underway. Anyone with information is asked to call Staffordshire Authorities on 101 pricing estimate event 91 of 23 July.”