160K Rounds of 5.56 NATO Stolen on Way to Columbus Police

A shipment meant to be delivered to the Columbus (OH) Division of Police was stolen from a warehouse on the west side of the city. Now, police are concerned because the contents of the shipment included more than 160,000 rounds of rifle ammo.

A shipment meant to be delivered to the Columbus (OH) Division of Police was stolen from a warehouse on the west side of the city. Now, police are concerned because the contents of the shipment included more than 160,000 rounds of rifle ammo.

Pallets containing Winchester 5.56 ammo, along with a delivery truck, were stolen on April 1 from the Westbelt neighborhood of Columbus, 10TV reports.

Columbus police say that 32-year-old James Scaff and 36-year-old Christopher Kimmel are accused of getting into two different warehouses and stealing ammo along with the appliances, trucks and generators.

The ATF and U.S. Attorney's Office are assisting in the investigation.

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