Police in Jamestown, New York, have found a stockpile of stolen guns and rifles after an investigation that led to the arrest of two New York men.
Police arrested Jason Thorne, 36, before charging Ben McCormack, 31, during a joint investigation with Jamestown police and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
Police seized 55 guns that are believed to have been stolen in a series of burglaries and three separate gun shops in central Pennsylvania.
Both Thorne and McCormack are facing multiple count federal indictment.
McCormack faces a maximum penalty of 55 years of imprisonment, and Thorne faces a maximum penalty of 35 years of imprisonment.