El Paso County Crime

Authorities investigating break-in at Dragonman

EL PASO COUNTY, Colo. - Authorities are investigating an overnight break-in at Dragonman in Colorado Springs. 

It happened around midnight. 

The ATF is still taking inventory to determine how many guns were stolen but initial estimates are several dozen firearms were stolen including a fully-automatic.

Suspects were caught on surveillance cameras but that footage is not being released. The ATF says multiple suspects are in custody and are believed to have been involved in the burglary.

The Colorado bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms has taken this investigation over from the El Paso County Sheriff's Office.

The ATF says most of the firearms have now been recovered including the fully-automatic firearm, but an inventory is still being conducted. 

Dragonman is located at 1200 Dragonman Drive in Colorado Springs. It is known to house a variety of guns and weapons as well as historical memorabilia from past decades. 

If you have any info, call the police. 

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