BSO issues arrest warrants for final suspects in Bass Pro Shops burglary

The Broward Sheriff's Office has issued arrest warrants for the final two suspects who are believed to have been involved in a burglary at a Bass Pro Shops in Dania Beach.

Myron K. Love, 18, and Tyius D’Sean Duffy, 19, are believed to be in the area of Hallandale Beach and Hollywood, deputies said.

Authorities said the men should be considered armed and dangerous.

Another man, Shawn Derival, 19, of Hollywood, was arrested last week on eight counts of  grand theft of a firearm and four counts of armed burglary.

Detectives said the suspects broke into the Bass Pro Shops at 220 Gulf Stream Way shortly after 11:45 p.m. July 21 by pushing down a chain-link fence and then breaking two glass windows.

Deputies said the thieves, who were wearing hoodies and cloths to cover their faces, initially tried to smash out a glass door at the back of the business, but were thwarted by the impact glass.

Surveillance video shows them heading to the hunting section once they got into the store.

According to Derival's arrest report, employees remove all handguns at closing time and place them in a vault, but the shotguns and rifles are not put away.

Deputies said the men went back and forth inside the store four times over several hours while stealing the guns.

Detectives said the thieves got away with thousands of dollars' worth of guns, 16 of which were recovered at an apartment near 800 W. Pembroke Road in Hallandale Beach.

Anyone with information about the final suspects' whereabouts is asked to call Broward Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS.


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