FREDS Guns owner Seth Larson talks to Clallam County Sheriff’s detectives April 14 after someone drove a forklift through his store and sole about two dozen handguns. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

FREDS Guns owner Seth Larson talks to Clallam County Sheriff’s detectives April 14 after someone drove a forklift through his store and sole about two dozen handguns. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

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