MARSHALL, Texas (AP) - Marshall police say they’ve taken three juveniles into custody in the investigation of the theft of more than a dozen firearms from a sporting goods store last month.
Eleven handguns and four rifles were reported missing after the early morning break-in Sept. 13 at Diamondback Outfitters in Marshall. The burglars apparently got in by breaking a glass door at the front of the store.
Police announced Monday the three had been detained and all but two of the weapons had been recovered.
Marshall authorities and agents from the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are continuing to investigate the case.
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