A Casper man who investigators say stole $3,200 in guns and ammunition was sentenced Friday.

29-year-old Josh Robins was sentenced to two to four years in the Wyoming State Penitentiary. He will be credited for 222 days already served.

Officials with Wyoming Game and Fish say the guns and ammunition were found during a January investigation into a poaching case in which Robins was a suspect. Investigators discovered some of the guns were stolen from Laramie in December of 2011.

Robins at the time said he purchased the guns from a friend while he was in Laramie.

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