Hopewell, VA, July 17 - Four teenagers are under arrest in Hopewell and two more teens are being sought. The hundreds of guns they're accused of stealing are still out there somewhere. Police say the guns were stolen from a pawn shop in Hopewell.
Police believe the teens entered Toni's loans through the roof robbing the place over the course of three days and making off with more than 400 guns worth millions of dollars.
Police arrested Daryl Bolden, 19 years of age, as well as two 16-year-olds and a 17-year-old in connection with the burglaries.
They are still looking for Travis Williams, 19, of Wise Street in Hopewell on a "possession of stolen property" charge. They are also looking for another 16 year old.
Besides the guns, jewelry and ammunition were stolen from the store.
Police raided a house not far from the shop to make the bust. Some of the items were found, but hundreds of guns are still missing. Among the missing items are Uzis and 92 Barettas.
Those arrested are being charged with grand larceny and breaking and entering.
Hopewell police recovered 12 guns and are working with agents of the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms to find the rest.
They're also getting calls about these guns from police departments up and down the east coast.