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Weapons and Ammo Stolen From Ohio SWAT Member's Home

October 28, 2010  | 

The Xenia (Ohio) Police Department and Greene County Sheriff's Office are searching for weapons and ammunition stolen from the home of a member of the county's regional SWAT team, reports the Dayton Daily News.

Here's what was stolen:

The four-foot, 50-pound, black Pelican case with the number 159 in white ink on each side and a Glock sticker was locked with at least one padlock. Inside the case was a Colt AR-15 rifle, a .223 caliber weapon and a Heckler and Koch MP-5, a .40-caliber weapon. Also inside was a scope, a silencer and two loaded magazines for the MP-5.

Read the full story at DaytonDailyNews.com.


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