Jamestown Teen Arrested In Connection With PA Gun Store Robbery

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JAMESTOWN – City of Jamestown Police say a 17-year-old Jamestown Resident was arrested after he allegedly stole over 40 pistols from a Pennsylvania gun shop last weekend.

Jamestown Police report the teen was forensically matched to the suspect of a burglary at C&H Sports in Columbus Township.







Police said teen is now being held as a fugitive from justice on a 100 count warrant.

So far, with the help of the ATF, police have recovered 11 stolen firearms.







Officers believe another 29 stolen weapons are still at large. Police said they may have been sold or exchanged in Jamestown.

Anyone with information on the stolen weapons are asked to contact police at (716) 483-TIPS (8477).













Additional charges and arrests are expected in the case.

 

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