Two guns stolen from the Portland movie store were found in Mt. Tabor Park.
Two guns stolen from Movie Madness in Southeast Portland last year were recovered in Mt. Tabor Park and returned to the owner.
The guns were reported stolen July 24, 2011 from the store on Southeast Belmont Street. They were found in a plastic garbage bag.
The two guns used by actors John Wayne and William Holden.
The suspect was in the store for approximately 25 minutes before breaking into a locked display cabinet and stole the guns.
One gun was a Winchester rifle used by John Wayne in the 1962 film, "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance," and the other is a shotgun used by William Holden in the 1969 film, "The Wild Bunch."
47-year-old Erick Johnson was identified through tips from the public after surveillance video and photos were released by investigators. Johnson has a parole violation warrant and there is probable cause to arrest him for Aggravated Theft in the First Degree.
Johnson is described as a white male, 5'7" tall, 185 pounds, short brown hair or bald, blue eyes. Johnson rode away from the store riding a dark-colored mountain bike.