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Gun stolen

A lot of crime guns are stolen. This time, from the police:

A Second Amendment group is offering a $500 reward for the arrest and conviction of the thief who stole a gun from the Seattle police chief’s parked car, in broad daylight, on the day after Christmas.

The reward money may not lead to a suspect; but it does make the point that the police chief has put more guns on the street than the phase-out of the “assault weapons” ban, said the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms.

Statistics show that a significant number of guns used in crimes are stolen from law-abiding citizens — a group that now includes Seattle Police Chief Gil Kerlikowske, said CCRKBA Executive Director Joe Waldron.

“Whether it’s a firearm stolen in a residential burglary, a rifle taken from a gun shop or a pistol taken from a police chief’s car, the criminal is responsible for any harm caused with that gun, not the victim of the theft,” Waldron said.

One Response to “Gun stolen”

  1. F-Stop Says:

    Speaking of stolen guns, I wish the police would recover my S&W Model 3000 12 guage pump. That was such a nice shotgun.

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