Six charged in Forsyth County gun shop burglaries

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Six males have been charged in connection with a burglary at a gun pawn shop in Cummings after authorities were able to link the suspects to a similar burglary in that same area.

Police say Jajuanis Armstrong, 19, Jason Wheeler, 20, Jordan Brown, 19, Senuel Hawk, 23, Rashad Jackson, 17, and a 16-year-old juvenile all face multiple armed robbery charges for burglaries at the Bulls Eye Marksman Gun Club and the Forsyth County Pawn shop.

On December 1, deputies responded to the Bulls Eye Marksman Gun Club for a reported burglary. Upon arrival, they observed a vehicle had been used to back through the side of the building. Multiple weapons were reportedly stolen.

On December 31, while authorities were investigating a burglary at the Forsyth County Pawn, they located two guns inside a vehicle that had serial numbers matching the weapons stolen from Bulls Eye Marksman Gun Club, which helped authorities link the same suspects to both crimes.

Armstrong, Wheeler, Brown and Hawk are being held at the Forsyth County Jail without bond.

Both juvenile suspects have been taken to the Regional Youth Detention Center, where they are being held without bond.

A seventh suspect in the case, thought to be Altavious Jackson, is no longer a suspect, the release said.

Police are still searching for one more suspect in the case. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office at 770-781-3087.

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