The story says while Bernsteain was at dinner Sunday night, a number of his 35 security cameras at the shop recorded four skinny, masked, hooded "young kids" as they stole his truck and crashed through an electrically charged fence and a metal garage barrier to get inside his gun warehouse and range.
The thieves then made off with whatever they could grab in about six minutes, the story says.
"We recognized the vehicle they were in," Bernstein said. "Only a few people know my schedule."
The story says the incident is the latest in a series of similar burglaries in Colorado over the past year, in which multiple masked burglars have stolen trucks, SUVs, or cars and used them to gain entry to gun shops.
While the thieves got away with a number of guns, they didn't get the most expensive firearms in the shop, the story says.