the news article doesn't out right say "Wateree Arms" but that's the store in question. Luckily no guns were gotten. COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) - The search is on for whoever used a car and a gun to break into a weapons shop on Garners Ferry Road in Richland County. But once they got inside, authorities say the would-be thieves may not have gotten what they were expecting. The proprietors of the shop were hard at work rebuilding what deputies say would-be gun thieves destroyed Monday morning. "I got a call about ten after three this morning from the Richland County Sheriff's Department, saying we had someone trying to break into the building and when we got here they had attempted to drive through the building," Chris Lanham, the weapons shop owner's brother, said. After they crashed through the building, they didn't stop there. They came to a door where there was a deadbolt and shot it over and over to get inside thinking there would be guns. A store representative says they're glad no one was hurt. "Bad that they broke in but, good that they didn't get any fire arms we don't have to worry about any fire arms being on the streets tonight from them breaking in," the representative said. The store had been closed for two months, but the surveillance cameras were working. However, the thieves took the tapes. Lanham says these burglars should be considered armed and dangerous. The store representative says the sheriff's department is still investigating this case and are not sure how many suspects are involved in this crime.