Dozens of high-powered weapons are missing in North Texas — weapons used by police, soldiers, and even organized crime.
The federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives calls the burglary of more than $150,000 worth of guns a “high-priority” case.
Last Thursday, Mark Brown discovered that thieves had broken into his unit at Store More Self Storage in Murphy. He’s not too worried about the value of the the stolen goods. “We are very paranoid about the firearms,” he said. “That’s our main concern — that the wrong elements will wind up with them.”
More than 85 guns were taken — from sniper rifles to modified AK-47s.
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Dozens of high-powered weapons are missing in North Texas — weapons used by police, soldiers,…
by Tactical-Life / Jun 18, 2012