150 Firearms Stolen From Albuquerque Gun Shop During Looting

Photo by JCT Firearms on Facebook.A gun store in Albuquerque, New Mexico, was targeted during the riots and looting that have gripped the nation. Federal and local authorities are currently investigating the heist, in. The power of the shop was severed ahead, cutting power to the security cameras.
The Albuquerque journal accounts:

The break-in and convicted of 115 pistols and 35 rifles of”different models and calibers” occurred around 2:30 a.m. at JCT Firearms on Old Coors, just south of Central, according to a news release by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
“It’s a substantial amount of firearms which were taken from there, obviously in the hands of criminals,” ATF spokesman Tom Mangan said Wednesday, adding that no arrests are made and no firearms are recovered.
The federal agency is stepping in to assist Albuquerque police get the guns back and track down the people involved. National Shooting Sports Foundation and the ATF are offering a benefit of $10,000 for information regarding the crime.
In fact, he said the thieves revealed a”level of sophistication” by cutting on the power line ahead, disabling the alarms and security cameras.
He said the numbers from all the firearms are entered in the expectation they turn into the National Crime Information Center database.

Gun shop owners have an active existence outside their businesses, and across the nation should take matters into their own hands.

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Or perhaps the ATF can call this Faster & Furiouser.

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