SOUTHFIELD, MICH. - Two people have been arrested in connection with a June break-in at a Southfield gun shop.
Arthuro Tate, 20, and Tobais Nance, 17, have been arraigned on charges of breaking and entering, malicious destruction of a building and felony firearms.
Tate and Nance are accused of using a stolen van to smash their way into Action Impact on June 5.
Police said about 20 handguns and an unknown amount of ammunition were taken during the robbery.
Police are still searching for the van used in the crime. It's described as being a blue and white 2011 Ford Cutaway Van. It has a Michigan license plate of AB23040. The van also has a Henry Ford Health System graphic on both sides of the vehicle.
Police are hoping the public can help locate the stolen vehicle.
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