Approximately 20 guns have been stolen from a private firearms dealer operating out of a Shell gas station in the southern Vermont town of Rockingham.
According to a Vermont State Police news release, the 20 firearms stolen during the May 4 burglary included a mix of long guns and handguns, with a total value estimated to be in the range of $15,000 to $16,000.
The thieves, shown in the surveillance video to be three in number, also took several thousand dollars from the gas station ATM and looted the gas station, which suffered losses and damages estimated to be over a thousand dollars.
Police are still investigating the case and say that the firearms were well documented and should be easily traceable.
Scott Falzo, owner of the business, posted a Facebook message after the burglary and is offering a $1,000 reward for information.
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