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Friday, September 16, 2022

Two brothers, Keondrick Rayford and Kendrick Rayford, who broke into gun shop arrested after a friend identified them for $20k reward

On Monday, the same day officials announced the reward, someone approached Westland police "and told them that he was friends with one of the robbers, knew that his friend was one of the robbers, and wanted to cooperate" for the money, according to the filing. (Read More Here).

The man told ATF agents that “Kee,” later identified as Keondrick Rayford, was a friend who lives in the neighborhood, committed the crimes and visited him the previous night wearing the same clothes as one of the robbers from the CC Coins robbery, the filing said. Rayford also showed off a backpack full of guns.

Two men are facing federal charges following a tip in connection with gun shop thefts in which vehicles were used to smash into the businesses last weekend in Wayne County.

Kendrick Rayford and his brother, Keondrick Rayford, appeared in U.S. District Court on Wednesday.

Keondrick Rayford, who is in his 20s, was accused in a criminal complaint of theft of firearms from a federal firearms dealer licensee and knowingly possessing stolen firearms.

His sibling, a teenager, was accused only of the latter offense, according to the filing.

They were arrested the day after the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives announced a $20,000 reward for tips on the suspects who twice broke into the CC Coins Jewelry and Loan in Dearborn Heights over the weekend and stole about 50 guns.

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