Authorities in Texas are looking for the burglars who stole more than 40 weapons from an Arlington gun store.
Surveillance cameras captured burglars using a rock to break the store’s window early Thursday morning, and grabbing as many guns as they could carry.
They made off with 32 handguns, nine rifles and two shotguns.
The store’s owner said the thieves appeared inexperienced because they passed over more expensive automatic rifles.
Arlington police said the thieves got away in a black Ford F-150.
A similar truck, stolen out of Garland, was recovered in Dallas Thursday afternoon.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is aiding the investigation and search for suspects.
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