KRUM, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – A reward of up to $ 10,000 was offered for information identifying the man accused of stealing 21 guns at a Denton County shooting range early Tuesday morning.
The award from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, Denton County Sheriff’s Department and the National Shooting Sports Foundation, comes after a suspect was seen entering the Top Dog Gun Range in Krum just after 2 a.m. Tuesday and take up arms.
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Surveillance video shows the man entering the business through a back door, then walking forward to remove weapons from a display case.
Authorities say the man was wearing a baseball cap, glasses and a gaiter that covered his face. The suspect was also wearing a long-sleeved shirt with the letters LTR with a lightning bolt underneath. Authorities linked the logo to a missing company called Lighting Tower Rental.
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“Recovering these firearms quickly before further crimes are committed remains a top priority for the ATF,” said Jeffrey C Boshek II, special agent for ATF Dallas. “We ask the public to please inform the authorities if you recognize this individual. “
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