Guns stolen from sheriff's patrol car


Editor's note: In a few recent incidents, guns, ammo, and other weapons have been stolen from patrol cars. Be sure to read one officer's tip about preventing cruiser theft.

By Robert Salonga
Contra Costa Times

WALNUT CREEK, Calif. — Burglars who forced their way into a secured Contra Costa County sheriff's lot ransacked several patrol cars and stole weapons inside, the Sheriff's Office said Tuesday.

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