Braceville sporting goods store burglary suspects identified
A fourth suspect has been found in connection to a robbery at a sporting goods store in Braceville Township.
Four suspects are in custody after allegedly stealing thousands of dollars worth of guns from Rattlesnake Hill Sporting Goods early Monday morning.
The Trumbull County Sheriff's Office told 21 News that a total of 12 guns have also been recovered.
According to Trumbull County Sheriff, Paul Monroe, two suspects have been identified as 24-year-old Daquantae Kimbrough and 28-year-old Brendon Nichols.
Nichols is being held at Mahoning County Jail, and Kimbrough is being held in Trumbull County.
10 of the 12 guns were recovered from Nichols home on Baymar Dr. in Hubbard.
Police have taken a third suspect, Jalen McCall into custody on a probation violation.
Investigators say the four suspects stole about 34 guns from the store.
The front door of the store was broken into using a bolt cutter.
Several types of firearms were taken including handguns and long guns.
Braceville Fire Chief Todd Garland owns Rattlesnake Hill Sporting Goods and said if he didn't get them back he'd lose about "half a year" of income.
Police have not yet released the identity of the fourth suspect.