The jury trial, which began Monday, concluded with a recommendation for a 30-year sentence.
Bradford entered Suni's Alteration, located at 1009 E. Tamarack, on July 11, 2002 wearing a bandanna to cover his face. He then approached store owner Suni McDonald with a gun and demanded money.
Prior to Brad-ford's approach, another man walked in the store and distracted McDonald. Both men then took McDonald into a storage room where she was bound and hit on the left side of her head with what was believed to be a gun. The door to the storage room was then tied shut with electrical cords from store appliances.
The store was then ransacked and caused approximately $914 in damage. Money in the approximate amount of $1340 was also taken.
After the vandalism, Bradford was seen leaving the store and getting into a getaway car.
The jury was escorted to the crime scene Tuesday. However, they did not go into the building. They drove in the vicinity to see where the witness had identified Bradford.
Bradford's accomplice has not yet been arrested.
A formal sentencing for Bradford will take place at 9:30 a.m. Jan. 2, 2004. in Jackson County District Court.