Gun heist caught on camera
JACKSON- A man was caught on camera helping himself to weapons inside a sporting goods store in East Feliciana Parish early Wednesday morning.
Cameras at Thompson Creek Sporting Goods on La 10 recorded the heist. A man is seen walking into the store with a bag and filling it with weapons.
The man returned a second time and filled the bag again before leaving.
Investigators said the man was wearing a tank top with the word "LOVE" printed on the front, a necklace with a cross and "Mechanix Wear" gloves. He had a tattoo on his left forearm that appears to be a cross and possible cursive writing on his right bicep.
State Police, the East Feliciana Parish Sheriff's Office and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms are on the hunt for the man.
Authorities did not release the type of weapons the unidentified man stole.
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