Police search for stolen guns

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HARRISBURG, Pa., (WPMT)- Harrisburg City Police are looking for dozens of guns stolen from a city home. The burglary happened on October 18 at a home in the 2200 block of Greenwood Street.

Investigators say an unknown person or persons broke into the home and cut into a gun safe that held up to 50 handguns and long guns.  Some type of grinding tool was used to cut into the safe.

Police have recovered a total of 34 of the stolen firearms.  They investigation continues.

1 Comment

  • OneMan'sOpinion

    Uh, yeah. Robbers don’t just specifically target a gun safe in a home and are prepared to grind into it. They knew it was there, what was in it and what they may need to access it. Inside job.

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