According to Mt. Juliet police Lt. Tyler Chandler, a brick was thrown through the front door sometime late Sunday night or early Monday morning.
Ryan Brooks, owner of the store said nothing was missing after the burglary.
“Best I can tell, they walked in the store, saw that we had everything locked up tight and walked back out,” said Brooks.
According to Brooks, the suspect left a backpack, T-shirt and Tupperware container that looked like it may have had food in it.
Sunday’s incident was the second time the store was burglarized.
Fifteen handguns and one rifle part were stolen in a break in at the store June 14.
“We were told by members of the city that we weren’t allowed to put bars on the windows or doors,” said Brooks.
The investigation remained ongoing.