Police are looking for the suspects who broke into Gander Mountain twice this past weekend.
The first happened early Sunday morning. Potter County Sheriff's were sent to the business on an alarm call and found the back door had been forced open. A glass display case had been smashed open and several hand guns were stolen.
The suspect is described as a white male, wearing red shorts, a gray hooded sweatshirt with a distinct pattern on the back, white high-top tennis with a dark pattern on the heal, and sunglasses.
Then early Monday morning, deputies were called out a second time, and found more firearms had been stolen. This time two suspects were seen on surveillance cameras. One is described as tall, with a medium to large build with a tattoo on his right forearm. The second is shorter with a medium build. Law enforcement says one suspect appears to be common to both burglaries. The suspect vehicle appears to be a small passenger car, unknown color.
If you have any information on this crime contact the Potter County Sheriff's Department at (806) 379-2900.