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Man faces federal charges for allegedly stealing guns from Albuquerque shop

KOB Web Staff
Created: September 09, 2020 10:05 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.- A man who is accused of stealing more than 150 guns from an Albuquerque store is in federal custody.

According to a criminal complaint, Mohammed Abdulwahhab targeted the gun store on the same night police were dealing with riots in downtown Albuquerque.

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In July, Abdulwahhab reportedly tried to sell some of the guns to an undercover agent. He also allegedly bragged about having 20 hand grenades. 

Investigators say Abdulwahhab is a drug dealer who sold cocaine to the agent. 

Abdulwahhab will remain in custody pending a trial. 


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