GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) — Greenville police are investigating the theft of 11 handguns and one AR-15 rifle, which they believe happened between the dates of June 4 and July 18.

An incident report from GPD shows the guns were stolen from a woman who GPD confirmed is a local firearms dealer. She believes the firearms were stolen during a gun and knife show at the Greenville Convention Center that occurred on June 4.

“A detective at the Greenville Police Department contracted the firearms dealer to let her know that three firearms that were registered in her name had been recovered during three separate encounters with police”, says GPD Public Information Officer, Kristen Hunter. “The firearms dealer then conducted inventory of her collection and discovered more than three guns were missing, that in fact 12 of her guns had been missing.”

The guns are valued at $8,900. The weapons are known to include a PSA AK-556 valued at $1,200 and an assortment of Glock 9-millimeter and Smith & Wesson 9-millimeter guns.

GPD confirms those three firearms already located were handguns.

The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with any information relating to the case is asked to call the Greenville Police Department or Crime Stoppers (252)-758-7777 where monetary rewards are offered.

The Federal Bureau of AFT will also be investigating.