The remaining three people convicted for their roles in burglarizing weapons from a Braceville gun dealer face sentencing in Federal Court Tuesday.

Daquantae Kimbrough, Jalen McCall, and Yaniya Hill have all been convicted in connection with the March 6 break-in at Rattlesnake Hill Sporting Goods where 34 guns were stolen.

A fourth defendant, 28-year-old Brendan Nichols, has already been sentenced to a two-year prison term for theft from a federally licensed gun dealer.

According to investigators Nichols, Kimbrough, and Hill broke into the store as McCall waited outside the store, receiving at least two of the stolen firearms after the crime.

Kimbrough and Hill have also been convicted of theft from a federally licensed firearms dealer.  McCall was found guilty of possessing a stolen firearm. 

So far, 24 of the 34 stolen firearms have been recovered, according to the government.

A judge has ordered all four to share the $9,579 restitution to the gun shop owner.