Brentwood Police have asked for the public's help in their search for three thieves that emptied display cases and took off with two pricey rifles in an early morning smash and grab.
"They grabbed a bunch of gun out of this case grabbed a bunch of guns out of that case. Hopped over the counter grabbed some guns from behind and smashed some other cases," said David Cooper, Everything Weapons Owner.
Surveillance video showed the suspects using a stolen mini van to smash through the front of Everything Weapons, shattering the glass, and even tearing down the metal bars around 12:30 a.m. Sunday.
"Three guys jumped out, and started smashing everything with hammers. As you can see there's no glass in here," said Cooper.
Cooper was forced to pick up the pieces of his mangled business.
"I've got a leg problem now and I've had 11 surgeries in 5 years and I keep working hard every day. I've got to show my kids never take anything from the government always work hard," said Cooper.
Cooper worked hard to make sure the business reopens soon, but Cooper seemed to think the thieves were inside the store before.
"They knew which cabinets to go. They passed our used guns, they passed our revolvers they went for the 19/11s they went for the glocks they knew exactly what they were going for. They knew exactly where the most expensive guns were," said Cooper.
Police asked anyone with information to call Williamson County Crime Stoppers at 615-794-4000. A $5,000 reward was offered for any information leading to arrests.