Three suspects are in custody for the burglary of Eddie's Fin, Feather and Fur, an outdoors' sporting supply store in Montreal, Mo.
The suspects are accused of burglarizing the store and stealing 10 handguns. Five of the missing handguns have been recovered.
The Camden County Sheriff's Department first discovered the break-in very early Tuesday morning during a routine business check of Eddie's Fin, Feather and Fur. The deputy noticed a door had been broken off its hinges and further evidence of a burglary.
Later that evening, a Benton County deputy stopped a vehicle for speeding and found evidence of the burglary in the vehicle.
Authorities located another suspect they believe to be involved during a traffic stop on South Business Route 5 on Wednesday.
The Sheriff's Department says further arrests are pending.
• Ferdinand Rembold, 20, of Camdenton, is charged with Burglary in the first degree. Bond was set at $40,000 surety and $25,000 cash.
• Dustin McCrary, 18, of Camdenton, is also charged with Burglary in the first degree. His bond was set at $40,000 surety and $25,000 cash.
• The third suspect is a 16-year-old juvenile from Camdenton. He is currently being held at the Camden County Juvenile Detention Center.