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Hooksett Police and ATF Investigate Theft of Firearm from Riley’s Sport Shop

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CCTV Footage from Riley’s Sport Shop

On 05/15/2013 at approximately 9:23am Officer Syrek responded to Riley’s Sport Shop in Hooksett for a reported Theft of a Firearm. Officer Syrek was told by a store employee that on 05/14/2013 at approximately 5:00pm two black males and one black female entered Riley’s Sport Shop on Hooksett Rd. While in the store the female is seen reaching around one of the cabinets and removing a firearm. A store employee sees the male suspect with the firearm and takes it back. As the employee walks away the female is seen on camera reaching around the case removing a knife and a firearm. The female is then seen walking to the back of the store where she cuts the security tag off the firearm and then leaves the store with the firearm. The firearm that was taken was a 357 Sig Sauer semi-automatic handgun. The Hooksett Police is being assisted by the ATF and they are looking for the public’s help in identifying the three suspects in this case. Anyone with information is asked to call the Hooksett Police Department at (603) 624-1560.

Sgt. Burke

Hooksett Police