https://gma.yahoo.com/american-guns-reality-star-richard-wyatt-arrested-theft-015044698--abc-news-celebrities.html Richard Wyatt, a gun store owner and former star of the reality TV show "American Guns," has turned himself in on an arrest warrant for theft. Wyatt, whose Wheat Ridge, Colorado gun store Gunsmoke Guns served as a setting for "American Guns," turned himself in Friday, one day after an arrest warrant was issued for theft from an at risk adult, the Wheat Ridge Police Department said. In 2013, a person had consigned "a rare and antique gun collection" with Wyatt, the police reported, and "repeated efforts by the victim at recovering several of the weapons had failed." Several of the stolen weapons were recovered at Gunsmoke Guns on March 31, during a search warrant for an unrelated federal investigation, according to police. Wyatt was previously the chief of police in Alma, Colorado, and has 22 years of experience in law enforcement, according to gunsmokeguns.com. The reality show "American Guns," which followed his family at the Gunsmoke Guns store, ran on the Discovery Channel from 2011 to 2012. The Wheat Ridge Police Department asks anyone with information about "consignment issues" at Gunsmoke Guns to call the tip line at 303-235-2947. It is unknown whether Wyatt has an attorney and he and the store did not respond to requests for comment.