OCALA, Fla. — New video shows a trio of suspects allegedly stealing firearms after breaking into an Ocala Pawn shop.
- 15 firearms stolen from Ocala pawn shop
- Firears ranged from glocks to assault-style rifles
- Stolen items valued at more than $9,000
Marion County Sheriff's Office released video from Monday’s incident at the Classic Pawn and Gun store on 33 NW 10th Street right before 3 a.m.
Ocala Police Department says the suspects stole 15 guns, ranging from glocks to assault-style rifles, valued at more than $9,000.
"It's very serious when you have 15 guns in the hands of criminals, and we need to make sure these guns are put back where they belong before they do any harm in the community," said Meghan Shay with the Ocala Police Department.
Monteen Dainiel is the Director of Operations for the Humane Society Thrift Store of Marion County.
The store sits across the street from the pawn shop, and she says they've also dealt with break-ins in the past.
"Maybe they're selling those guns, maybe they're outside of Ocala. Let's just hope they get caught," Dainiel said.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Gauthier at 352-427-3242 or Crime Stoppers at 352-368-7867.