Police: 3 Teens Arrested After Robbing Fort Mill Gun Shop

[UPDATE]

Officials with Fort Mill Police Department say they have arrested three teenagers in connection to a robbery at JJ Aim Right Gun Shop on Monday.

The teenagers arrested are all male ages 16, 14, and 13, according to officials. They are residents of Charlotte and are being held until they can be extradited back to South Carolina.

The arrests were made after a joint investigation by Fort Mill Police, CMPD, and the ATF.

Officials say the 16-year-old is charged with Burglary – Second Degree, Grand Larceny, Possession of a Stolen Vehicle, and Possession of a Firearm During the Commission of a Violent Crime. The 14 and 13-year-olds are charged with Burglary – Second Degree, and Grand Larceny.

Investigators say none of the weapons stolen have been recovered, and the investigation is still ongoing.

Check back for updates.


FORT MILL, SC– More stolen guns on the street tonight after a Fort Mill gun store was burglarized for a second time this year.

Fort Mill police say three men drove a vehicle through the front doors of the JJ Aim Right Gun Shop a little before six this Monday morning and took an undisclosed number of guns.

The robbers then ditched the first vehicle, and took off in another.

“I pulled up further and saw the store had an actual car in it and I though someone must have broken in and the go all guns, and sure enough that’s what happened,” said Galen Beaty

That same gun store was broken into back in January when two men broke in and took 14 handguns.