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Car Rams Pawn Shop; Steals Guns – HOT SPRINGS

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Hot Springs Police Responded to a burglar alarm at Integrity Pawn Shop this morning around 3:30 A.M.

Patrol Officers quickly arrived on scene and found that the front glass wall had been busted and that the store had been accessed by the suspect(s).  Shotguns were among the items stolen in the burglary.

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Detectives and the Crime Scene Technician assisted by documenting the scene and collecting evidence.

A witness at the scene was able to confirm that a vehicle was used to break the window.

If you have any information about the suspects or the vehicle used to bust out the glass wall, please call HSPD Detectives at 501 321 6789.

About an hour after the Integrity Pawn Shop Burglary, The Garland County Sheriff’s Patrol responded to a burglar alarm on Highway 70 West at the Lake Hamilton 1 Stop.

When deputies arrived, they found the front glass door shattered and a baseball sized rock just inside the business on the floor.

The suspect was reportedly wearing a red hoodie sweatshirt and fled on foot.

If you have any information that could help GCSO Investigators solve this case, please call CID at 501 622 3660.