Neil Rednow described the gun theft at his store located on the Orange Blossom Trail early Tuesday morning as an action scene from a film.

A burglar, or thieves punched holes through the roof of the shop’s navy store and then lowered the rope and then returned to the upstairs area with two sacks full of more than 70 guns.

“It must be Spider-Man,” Krasnou said. Krasnou. “I can’t remember who else [could have done it].”

The burglary occurred at night, without setting off alarms.

“He fell in the middle of the floor, where there are no alarms,” Krasnov stated.

The blood on a pipe just outside the building demonstrated “how a suspect could climb up and down the roof,” the police report stated.

Just after 2 a.m. Local Orange County MPs investigating a series of car burglaries instead located the 19 year-old Gary Jamel Shakwan Elliot, who was bleeding from a wound to the right side of his arm.

According to the report published on Tuesday, the deputies was the first to have observed Elliott dressed in dark clothing riding a tricycle that was loaded with gears in the Rio Grande’s South Avenue. The teenager then veered off in front of the duplex, and vanished.

The bike was discovered abandoned and was found with the backpack and two huge bags of black weapons.

“Inside … I saw several pistols with price tags and serial numbers for Al’s Army and Navy,” MP Matthew Vinson wrote. “One of the bags contained spray bottles and (a) scrap. I also saw blood on the majority of the pistols, as and on the bars of the bike’s handlebars. 

The police records show that Elliott was spotted trying to get out of the area.

The MPs called with the Orlando Police Department and held Elliott at 39th Street and South Rio Grande Avenue until the police arrived.

[Recently published on OrlandoSentinel.com[Popular on OrlandoSentinel.com DeSantis proposes restrictions on voting despite the smooth voting in 2020 Florida “An investigation of the store’s gun inventory revealed no indications of a burglary. The officer did however look through the front doors and saw a crack in the ceiling. It was noticed by the sheriff’s helicopter team.

When the door was left unlocked Three exhibit cases made from glass were discovered broken. The evidence suggests the spray of black powder over the floor as a way to conceal the blood.

Elliott was arrested for the armed robbery of a structure with a firearm. He was also charged with large-scale theft from a firearm in the third degree and the possession of a firearm by an inmate and criminal injury.

He is currently in custody without bail pending another suspended sentence in connection with his conviction for robbery with an explosive weapon. Prior to that the teenager was detained several times for various offenses.

As per the investigation report only four pistols out of the 75 long guns and pistols taken during the robbery were found.

It’s not the first time that robbers have targeted this particular Al’s Army fleet in Orlando.

On the 21st of May in 2006, thieves driving an SUV stolen struck the front entrance to the store. Crasnow then put the emergency barriers to stop this incident from happening again.

The shooting of a shotgun was among seven incidents that occurred in gun shops throughout Central Florida.

About 400 guns were taken during the string of burglaries.

The robbers cut through the wall behind the Crasnow retail store located within Altamonte Springs and escaped with records reveal 58 guns.

Based on the Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives approximately 15,000 guns are stolen from gun stores across the country each year.

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