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Guns stolen during Lincoln pawn shop burglary

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Lincoln Police responded to a burglary at a local pawn shop early Monday morning and discovered guns had been stolen.

LPD responded to Pawn Express, 1921 O St., when the alarm went off at about 4 a.m.

Officers found damage to the business' garage door. Once inside, they noticed a broken glass case and multiple detached security clips on guns.

Officers viewed security footage with the store manager and saw at least one person enter the store, taking several rifles, a computer, a sound system and a pair of shoes.

The total loss is about $6,300, and estimated damage to the store is about $2,000. The investigation is ongoing.

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Lauren Dietrich is a senior at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. A native of Omaha, Dietrich is pursuing a career in the field of journalism.

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