Ten robbers storm a Houston gun store after pulling door off its hinges with a truck and make off with 50 weapons

Brazen thieves pulled down door of a Houston gun store and then ran inOnce inside, the gang smashed rows of glass cabinets with hammers One man could be seen scooping up at least four rifles from the back rackIt is thought as many as 10 suspects ransacked the store and
stole 50 gunsThree suspects now been arrested as police hunt for the remaining seven 
This dramatic footage shows the shocking moment a group of brazen thieves pulled down the door of a gun store and then grabbed pistols and handguns by the sack full. 
The hooded thieves forced their way into the store and then rushed in, smashing a row of glass cases with hammers and seizing handguns. 
One man could be seen scooping up at least four rifles from behind the counter.
It is thought as many as 10 suspects ransacked the store and made off with at least 50 weapons. 

  
Surveillance video released by Houston police show the thieves pulling up outside at Carter's Country Guns and Ammo in the 11000 block of South Wilcrest Drive on Tuesday around 4.30am.
The footage shows several people tying chains to a black Ford F-250 and the doors of the store. 
They then revved the car forward yanking the doors right off their hinges.