The man has apparently been “fighting the demon” that took his daughter, but it’s unclear if the weapons had anything to do with that fight.
All four of the suspects had their faces covered, with one wearing an elderly white man mask with gray hair and another wearing a skeleton ski mask.
Police received the tip, concerning the welfare of a child, but when they arrived, discovered a felon with two dozen long guns, handguns and drugs.
Willie Lee Biles Jr., 44, of Indianapolis, was convicted of dealing guns without a license late last month in Chicago federal court.
Felonious deaths dropped from 51 in 2014 to 41 last year, with handguns still remaining the weapon most often used against officers.
Sgt. David Dehem with the Detroit Police Department said he believes the vault holds “probably one of every type of weapon ever made.”
School officials praised the student who informed his parents about the video.
“The one day that they’re able to get it through is the one day that they could carry out the attack,” noted FBI special agent Britt Johnson.
While the burglaries cost the business around $20,000 in merchandise, the shop owner said his biggest concern lies in the guns being in the wrong hands.
Police arrested a squatter with several handguns and a 6-foot python when they responded to a call about bullets hitting a house Monday morning in Fairfax, Virginia.