TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — A Tucson gun store owner says he confronted two men who broke into his shop and were trying to get away with his merchandise.
Frontier Gun Owner Jim Sharrah tells KGUN-TV he went to check on his store after his alarm company informed him Wednesday morning that there was glass breakage and forced entry.
He says he found two men loading a barrage of shotguns, rifles and handguns onto a U-Haul truck.
Sharrah and the men got into a scuffle before they got away.
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Tucson police say they left the U-Haul truck and the guns behind.
Police are looking for the suspects.
Information from: KGUN-TV, http://www.kgun9.com/news/