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Firearms stolen from the Horseshoe Pike Gun Shop in Palmyra

Written by Daniel Walmer/The Lebanon Daily News | Jan 18, 2018 11:10 AM
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Thirteen guns were stolen over night at The Horseshoe Pike Gun Shop in Palmyra after a cinder block was thrown through the window. (Photo: Michael K. Dakota, Lebanon Daily News)

(Palmyra) -- Several guns are missing and a person is at large after a burglary at the Horseshoe Pike Gun Shop, Palmyra police said.

Palmyra police said they responded at 11:57 p.m. Tuesday to the store at 42 E. Main St. after three people threw a cinder block through a window of the store and stole 13 guns.

At 12:41 a.m. Wednesday, Fernando Rodriguez and Jorge Santiago were observed standing in the area of North Lincoln Street at East North Avenue wearing clothing that matched the suspects in the store's surveillance video, police said. Multiple stolen handguns were recovered at the back of a residence in the 100 block of East Cherry Street, along with clothing used during the burglary.

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