Skip to comments.3 people caught on camera stealing gun from store
Posted on 05/20/2013 11:50:28 AM PDT by Daffynition
HOOKSETT, N.H. Hooksett police are searching for three people accused of stealing a gun from a business.
Police said a woman and two men stole a 357 Sig Sauer semi-automatic handgun from Riley's Sport Shop.
Surveillance cameras show the woman reaching around one of the cabinets and removing a gun and knife.
Police said she then walked to the back of the store and cut off the security tag on another gun. She and the two men are seen leaving the store with a gun.
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Won’t be able to find ammo for it.
Yep! “Just cause somebody wears a hoodie doesn’t mean they are a criminal”..Yeah OK, let’s see Al Sharpton work the night shift at a 7-11 and some homies walk in wearing a hoodie. Let’s see how long he can go before he pisses his pants. I use to do just that in the 1980s, work the night shift at a 7-11 in Freeport New York which is an almost all black neighborhood on the North side. I can’t even count how many times we got ripped of when the “hoodies” walked in. Blatant shoplifting then they would slowly walk out out of arrogance, like a dare, or jumping over the counter to rifle the cash register or showing me their “piece” or a knife. We had an ax handle as if that would do anything, I would just let them take what they wanted then call the cops. I was freakin’ nuts back then, I don’t know why I worked there. And finally when I got some brains and decided to quit the owner was practically on his knees begging me to stay because nobody else was stupid enough to take that job.
Riley should have had his guard up! Any time a group comes in and splits up hanky panky is highly possible. You have to watch them even if it means hurting someone’s feelings.
Hell, that may be where all the ammo is!
If they don’t have background checks they’re gonna be in trooouuubbble.
It’s those two women on the left, isn’t it?
quick arrest the gun shop owner for letting them steal his stuff
I carried, the cops knew it, the winos and other street people knew it, and if the company knew it they never said anything, it was a firing offense.
The store consistently scored at the top for inventory and cash control, we must have been doing something right.
I always figured that someone stealing from my shift was stealing from me.
Yeah see that’s the thing, here in New York it’s against the law to defend yourself. You have to get shot and killed otherwise it’s unfair to the hoodie. If I shot him then he couldn’t be immediately paroled to kill again. If this was a sane world they would make it mandatory that all store owners be armed! But noooo, they have to get killed because the rights of the maggot comes first.
“Anyone who recognizes the suspects is asked to contact the Hooksett Police Department.”
I am not positive, but I think the one in the hoodie is Mark Edward Kelly (born February 21, 1964), a retired American astronaut. Kelly is known to be a crazy gun fiend and is known to be willing to break the law to obtain scary looking black guns.
Use Caution: This subject has also been known to use an unleashed pitbull, on public beaches and around small children and women, to brutally kill a defenseless baby seal.
There isn't enough money in the world to keep me in a place like that.
I carried a .357 Derringer in a boot holster while I was there, too!
LOL...... if there *was* any ammo...at least it would be tax-free. Yea New Hampshire!
On 05/15/2013 at approximately 9:23am Officer Syrek responded to Rileys 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 Rileys 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 publics help in identifying the three suspects in this case. Anyone with information is asked to call the Hooksett Police Department at (603) 624-1560.
Glad they didn't do this at the class III counter.