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Greensboro police looking for suspects, 20 guns stolen from home

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GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Police are looking for 20 guns stolen from a home last week on Kirkman Street.

"It's a combination of shotguns, rifles and pistols," said Cpl. K.A. Davis with the Greensboro Police Department. Police say the gun-owners legally owned the weapons. An initial police report listed the guns, including a powerful 454 Redhawk, valued at around $6,000.

Police say the break-in happened just after 10 a.m. March 8. Neighbors reported seeing the suspects leaving the home.

Two juveniles were later arrested in the case, though police would not say where the two were taken into custody.

"We are looking for at least two more people in this case," said Davis. "If [anyone] sees somebody with a trunk full of guns, please give us a call."