Police raid gun store where one of Newtown shooter’s weapons came from
Police raid gun store in Connecticut. Dec. 20, 2012
Authorities raided the Connecticut gun store Thursday where one of the weapons Adam Lanza used in the Newtown school massacre came from.
Police say a man stole an assault rifle from the store just one day after the shooting spree at Sandy Hook Elementary, and that’s one of the reasons for the raid.
The AR-15 was taken from Riverview Gun Sales in East Windsor, Conn. It was later found in a a duffel bag at a hotel.
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