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Gun Store Owner Facing Charges for Stolen Military Property

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LAS VEGAS -- Two people are facing charges in the investigation into stolen military property that was confiscated from a Las Vegas gun store.

Marco Antonio Reyes, a Nevada Army National Guardsman, and John Call, the owner of Citadel Gun and Safe, are facing charges of conspiracy to commit an offense or defraud the U.S. Government and embezzlement of public prompter. 

The Air Force organized the raid of the store last week. According to the complaint, body armor, a heavy weapons mount, infrared strobe lights, a chemical warfare suit, and meals ready to eat were seized during the raid. 

Investigators say Reyes is responsible for stealing and selling stolen and U.S. military property belonging to the Department of Defense.

According to the complaint, investigators received a tip that Call was in possession of body armor plates that were stolen from Nellis Air Force Base.

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Reyes will appear before Federal Magistrate Judge Foley at 3 p.m. Call has yet to have a court hearing set.

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