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CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Teenage Suspects Break Into Popular OKC Gun Shop

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H&H Shooting Sports was the target of a break-in early Wednesday morning. H&H Shooting Sports was the target of a break-in early Wednesday morning.
H&H Shooting Sports was the target of a break-in early Wednesday morning. H&H Shooting Sports was the target of a break-in early Wednesday morning.
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H&H Shooting Sports was the target of a break-in early Wednesday morning.

The store has more than 100 surveillance cameras that were rolling when the crime happened.

The owner did not like the look of burglar bars all the way across the front glass doors, so he went with some decorative "H's" that cover most, but not all of the glass.

The teenage suspects chose part of the unprotected glass to break in and squeeze inside.

The three burglary suspects scoped out the store before entering.

Each of them had their faces covered with t-shirts.

One suspect smashed the glass, setting off the alarm.

The sound of the alarm sent the other two suspects back to the car, leaving only the first guy in the store.

“He shimmied up and had to go clear over the top of this thing and then he comes down, goes over and grabs one of the hand gun cases and pulls it over on top of him,” said Miles Hall, H&H Shooting Sports owner.

The suspect eventually broke a display case and grabbed a shotgun worth about $1,500 and a $400 rifle.

“And he tried to throw them over the top of this. One made it, one didn't,” Hall told News 9.

The suspect was in the store for exactly one minute before leaving, scrambling to find the getaway car.

Oklahoma City police were nearby and the suspects crashed about a mile away on Interstate 40 and MacArthur Boulevard.

“The sad thing is these are kids, you know this is a 14-year-old who has a record, we've been told, and that's probably what saddens me in my heart more than anything,” Hall said.

Back at the store, the damage was cleaned and up fixed within a few hours of the crime.

The owner is just happy no one was hurt.

“The real heroes in this honestly is the Oklahoma City Police Department because they were so on top of this,” Hall said.  “All we have to do is just sort of clean up our mess that was about it, because they didn't get anything."

Police have made one arrest in this case and they are still looking for the two other suspects.

Police recovered one of the guns from the car.

The other one was left behind at the store.

If you have any information, call Crime Stoppers at 235-7300.

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