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Robbers ram Texas gun store with truck & steal 100 guns, still at large (VIDEO)

Robbers ram Texas gun store with truck & steal 100 guns, still at large (VIDEO)
Suspects are still at large after storming a Texas gun store by ramming it with a truck, and making it out with nearly 100 handguns and assault rifles. They were caught on CCTV footage. Police still don’t know the thieves’ motives.

The smash-and-grab occurred in the city of  Plano, on W. 15th Street, at around 3:45 a.m. on Wednesday, according to NBC.

The robbery appears to have taken mere seconds, as the pick-up truck rammed the door and the robbers jumped out, snatching everything they could get their hands on.

The amount of firearms taken could be as high as 93, according to several local sources, although ATF agents are performing an inventory to determine the exact quantity and type of the weapons.

By Wednesday afternoon, the owners and employees were trying to patch up the gigantic hole left by the truck the robbers had used. Reporters received no comment from the victims.

Three days later, no theories or information are being offered by the police. They have posted a $10,000 reward for any information leading to the apprehension of the robbers.

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