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Guns stolen from Greenville County Sheriff's vehicle in Greer

Published on Tuesday, November 13, 2018

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Taken were a “Colt” (black) M-4 Rifle  S/N:A0390452 and a “Smith & Wesson” (silver) model 642 .38 revolver  S/N:CMZ-7390.

Taken were a “Colt” (black) M-4 Rifle  S/N:A0390452 and a “Smith & Wesson” (silver) model 642 .38 revolver  S/N:CMZ-7390.



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Also missing is a “Velocity Systems” (green) plate carrier containing four magazines holding .223 rounds.
 

Also missing is a “Velocity Systems” (green) plate carrier containing four magazines holding .223 rounds.

 

Investigators with the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office are investigating an auto-breaking of a Greenville County Deputy’s patrol car. The incident occurred Tuesday morning, around 4:15, in the Hammett Crossing subdivision in Greer. 

 Surveillance footage shows two suspects, wearing hooded sweatshirts, approach the victim’s vehicles before entering the deputy’s county-issued Ford Explorer and taking an M4 rifle, a .38 revolver and a plate carrier containing four magazines with .223 bullets. 

 The patrol car was not secured at the time of the break-in.

 A detailed description of the stolen Sheriff’s Office equipment is as follows:

  • “Colt” (black) M-4 Rifle  S/N:A0390452
  • “Smith & Wesson” (silver) model 642 .38 revolver  S/N:CMZ-7390
  • “Velocity Systems” (green) plate carrier containing four magazines holding .223 rounds

 Investigators are asking that anyone with information regarding this incident call Crime Stoppers of Greenville at 23-CRIME or leave a tip on the GCSO App. To download the app, text: GCSO to 95577.

 

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