DETROIT (AP) — Authorities say more than 100 handguns were stolen from a Michigan store after the manager was held at gunpoint and forced to reveal how to turn off the alarm.

All guns except one were recovered and two men were arrested last Friday, a day after the heist at Dunham’s Sports near Benton Harbor.

A Dunham’s manager told investigators he was confronted Thursday night, blindfolded and placed in a car.

Investigators got the name of a suspect after he tried to transfer money from the manager’s bank account with a cash app.

The two suspects are brothers who now face multiple federal charges.