Guns, wallet stolen from NM Chief's squad
There were no signs of forced entry on the unit from which two weapons and a wallet were stolen
By Phil Parker
A shotgun, a patrol rifle, and a wallet were stolen from Taos Police Chief Rick Anglada's police car early Christmas morning, according to a department spokesman.
There were no signs of forced entry on the unit, said Taos Police Lt. David Maggio. Anglada "thinks he might have left it unlocked," Maggio said, because Anglada had gone to get something from the vehicle earlier in the evening, or the car may have been unlocked by the robber.
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