Pine Bluff police are asking for help identifying four people who on Aug. 10 broke into Money Corner, 621 S. Ohio St.

Pine Bluff police are asking for help identifying four people who on Aug. 10 broke into Money Corner, 621 S. Ohio St.


According to a police report, an officer responded to an alarm at 2:25 a.m. and found the fence on the south side of the building had been cut, then noticed a hole in the building.


Officer Porsha Williams said in the report that security video showed that four men wearing disguises on their faces came into the business by knocking a hole in the wall with a sledge hammer. The men left carrying what appeared to be about eight guns, and the owner of the business also reported that a few scopes, ammo and watches were missing.


On Aug. 17, Detective Jeremy Oswalt discovered that Heather Starks, 24, was attempting to sell one of the guns that were taken during the burglary. Starks was arrested on probable cause of theft by receiving, pending the filing of formal charges.


Oswalt said in a report that Starks told police she bought the gun from a subject named Donte in the area of the Martha Mitchell Expressway and Bryant Street.


Anyone with information about the burglary is asked to contact the detective division at 730-2090 or the dispatch center at 541-5300. All calls will be kept confidential.


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