EVERETT — An Everett pawn shop was hit early Saturday by burglars after firearms.
An inventory was ongoing, but it appeared as many as 20 handguns and one rifle were taken, Everett police Sgt. Maryjane Hacker said.
An officer on patrol heard an alarm just after 3 a.m. at Pawn Fathers, 6417 Evergreen Way. He saw the front door was smashed in just as the alarm company notified 911, Hacker said.
Surveillance video showed a vehicle being backed through the door and a metal gate. Three people wearing hoods over their faces and gloves entered the shop and left with bins of items.
“Display cases had been smashed with rocks,” Hacker said.
A witness described the vehicle as a purple Dodge Stratus, but the make and model had not been confirmed, Hacker said.
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