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Pawn shop offering reward in burglary investigation

THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) - The Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives has entered the investigation of a Pawn Shop burglary.

The owner of American Pawn Shop in Thomasville is offering a $500 reward for the identity of one or both of the suspects.

Last week we showed you this surveillance video of two men stealing firearms. The thieves used sledgehammers to break into store.

Six Glock semiautomatic handguns and six Taurus revolvers were taken. "Yea I don't doubt they were in here before the way they came in they went straight to the gun cabinets so there's no doubt. And I'm still reviewing video of days prior and if they were in here before I'll find them on there," said Manager Jonathon Gandy.

Gandy has posted photos of the suspects around the store. He invites anyone to come by and see if they recognize one or both of the suspects.

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