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Group of juveniles allegedly drive stolen truck through ETX pawn shop, steal 6 guns

Group of juveniles allegedly drive stolen truck through ETX pawn shop, steal 6 guns
Store Owner, Gary Weaver
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POSTED: Thursday, April 3, 2014 - 8:14am

UPDATED: Thursday, April 3, 2014 - 6:09pm

A Longview pawn shop will spend most of the next few days cleaning up after a group of juveniles reportedly stole a truck, drove into the building and stole six guns.

According to the Longview Police Department, a group of local teenagers stole a beige Ford F-250 and drove into the Cherokee Pawn Shop located in the 2700 block of Gilmer Road overnight.



When officials and the store owner Gary Weaver arrived on scene, the suspects had fled, but not before stealing six guns, the owner reports.

KETK is on scene and will provide details as they become available.

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It is a federal offense to steal guns from a FFL holder (and the pawn shop IS a FFL holder.)

The pawn shops have inside cameras and no doubt got photos.

And I bet their CSI is checking fingerprints, fiber, and DNA, AND the ATF is involved... so those kids are in real deep trouble.

1 question how do they know this were juveniles if they had fled when they got there. Not to say they aren't right but how do they know?

Are they calling them juveniles because they don't think grown people are stupid enough to do something this crazy??????????

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