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Firearms stolen from Pincher Creek residence

Pincher Creek RCMP are investigating the theft of firearms from a residence.

Police received a report Jan. 14 of the theft of a truck and a break-in at a residence on Hyde Street in Pincher Creek.

Cpl. Jeff Feist said in a news release RCMP discovered someone had broken into the house the previous night, with several guns stolen from their safes.

Two Glock 40 caliber pistols including numerous magazines and ammunition, three Remington 870 12 gauge shotguns, two Tikka 30-06 rifles, one SKS rifle, and various types of ammunition were taken.

The thieves also took two police duty belts with OC spray handcuffs and batons and a large ring of keys were also stolen.

A marked conservation officer truck was stolen and believed to have been used to transport the stolen property out of town.

The truck was abandoned on Cowley Ridge after the light bar and winch were removed.

Anyone with information should contact Pincher Creek RCMP at 403-627-6010 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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