Wednesday, June 06, 2012

Two Pawn Shop Burglaries Being Investigated
Police in Tennessee are requesting the publicís help and the owner of Samís Gun and Pawn in Bristol is offering a 1-thousand dollar reward for the arrest and conviction of those involved in a break in three months ago. 28-guns and several thousand dollars worth of jewelry were stolen from Samís pawn shop on Volunteer Parkway then they were robbed again. The burglars drove through the front window this time to steal more handguns and jewelry. Police Captain Charlie Thomas said the storeís alarm did sound and officers responded only to see the broken window. Police donít think the two thefts are connected. Nineteen guns in the first robbery were found in New Jersey and a local there was charged along with three men from South Carolina. That case is progressing through the court system now. (bg)

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