From the Trussville Tribune staff reports
TUSCALOOSA – The Tuscaloosa police believe the two suspects who shot out windows at the Maserati dealership in Irondale last week may be linked to shots fired at a Tuscaloosa gun store on Greensboro Avenue.
On July 12, two masked men used rifles to shatter the glass of a Maserti dealership and stole a car from the service department before wrecking it in the parking lot.
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Investigators believe the two men traveled to Tuscaloosa and fired shots into the Guns and Ammo store on Greensboro Avenue around 5:15 a.m. on Thursday, July 19, reports The Tuscaloosa News. The TPD investigators have been working with the Irondale Police.
The Guns and Ammo store had posted a surveillance video of the attempted burglary on YouTube. Anyone with information is asked to contact Tuscaloosa or Irondale Police.