"We believe in all likelihood that's where the other people and firearms have ended up," said ATF Public Information Officer Suzanne Dabkowski, referring to the location of the first recovered gun in this case.
Across the country, the number of gun shop burglaries has steadily increased from 436 in 2015 to 577 last year, according to ATF statistics. The number of guns stolen in these break-ins is up from 4,721 in 2015 to 7,841 last year.
"That's a concern for us, " added Dabkowski.
The number of gun store burglaries in Ohio has varied only slightly, but the number of guns stolen has increased by nearly 100.
Jonathan Leeson is a local gun shop owner who opened Double Tap Shooting Supplies in Parma Heights a year ago, and these break-ins have him on alert.
"I'm lucky to be close to a police department, and they pay attention to us at night," Leeson said.
But Leeson doesn't only rely on the extra police eyes to keep his store safe. He also takes his own steps to make it hard for thieves to target his store, including securing the firearms at night.
ATF is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of those responsible for the Streetsboro burglary. Anyone with information is asked to call ATF.