Guns taken in pawn shop break-in
NEW ORLEANS- Police are searching for three suspects in the theft of about 20 handguns from a pawn shop in the city's Gentilly neighborhood.
Investigators say the men broke into the shop about 4 a.m. on Tuesday.
Surveillance video shows the men breaking into the shop on Gentilly Boulevard and rummaging through the store.
Police say the suspects smashed a glass display case and stole the guns before moving onto a case of electronics. The guns were taken from the shop in a garbage can.
Several electronics items also were stolen.
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