Stolen guns sought in Lake Thunderbird at Norman
NORMAN, Okla. (AP) - Oklahoma Highway Patrol divers are searching Lake Thunderbird in Norman for guns stolen from a pawn shop in Purcell.
Cleveland County Undersheriff Rhett Burnett says a Purcell man suspected in the burglary provided information and went to the lake with deputies. Burnett says 32-year-old James Anderson provided the information and is now charged with second-degree burglary and 32-year-old Messina Marie Brand is charged with knowingly concealing stolen property.
Burnett says about 30 guns were taken in the robbery and 12 have been recovered.
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