SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Authorities say a “brazen” bandit stole four assault weapons worth $8,500 from a sporting goods store in western Oregon.
Springfield Police Lt. Scott McKee tells The Register-Guard (http://bit.ly/2sdEeeY) in a story on Saturday that workers at Cabela’s in Springfield discovered the thefts on June 24.
Officials say security cameras show a man concealing two Noveske rifles each worth $2,500 under a black jacket on June 24 and leaving the store.
Addition investigation found the same suspect stole a Lantac Raven rifle worth $2,500 on June 17 and a Century Arms rifle worth $1,000 on June 23.
Police say the weapons are high-powered rifles capable of carrying large-capacity magazines.
Information from: The Register-Guard, http://www.registerguard.com