HOLLAND TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WOOD) — A gun shop near Holland was burglarized for the second time this year.
The Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office said they received an intrusion alarm around 2:45 a.m. Monday at Long Range Archery and Firearms located on Van Ommen Drive between James and Felch streets in Holland Township.
Capt. Mark Bennett told News 8 thieves broke in through a glass door and stole at least two weapons — a rifle and a shotgun.
The shop and deputies are still going through inventory to see if any other weapons are missing.
Authorities believe there are at least two suspects and are hoping to release still pictures from surveillance videos later in the day.
In July, the store was broken into and thieves got away with seven weapons. None of those weapons have been recovered, according to Bennett.
Bennett said it’s too early to say whether the suspects were the same who broke into the shop earlier this year.
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