LEESBURG, Va. (WUSA9) -- Two men have been charged with stealing seven firearms from a Virginia restaurant.
Leesburg police say Schuyler Charles Bertolette, 27, and Christopher Milum, 25, both of Leesburg, Va. were arrested in connection to the theft.
Bertolette is charged with of burglary and grand larceny, police say. Milum faces charges of burglary, theft of firearms, larceny with the intent to sell, and conspiracy to commit larceny.
Police say the pair broke into the Cajun Experience Restaurant, located at 14 Loudoun Street SE, on Nov. 23 and forced entry into a padlocked closet and stole seven long guns (rifles and shotguns). The guns were valued at approximately $3,300.
Six out of the seven reported stolen firearms have been recovered and efforts are continuing to locate the last one, police say.