Police ask for public’s assistance in locating stolen guns

On Sunday September 14,2014 the Keremeos RCMP responded to a residential break and enter located on Fairview Mountain in Cawston.

  • Sep. 18, 2014 5:00 p.m.

On Sunday September 14,2014 the Keremeos RCMP responded to a residential break and enter located on Fairview Mountain in Cawston.

Police are concerned about the theft of six rifles stolen during from the residence.

The items include:

–  A Winchester 30 – 30 bolt action, black barrel with brown wood stock.

–   A Midland 270, bolt action, black barrel with brown wood stock.

– A Cooey shot 12 gauge,  hinge break, black barrel shotgun with brown wood stock.

– A Cooey 22 short, bolt action, black barrel rifle with brown wood stock.

– A Ruger 22 long, semi automatic rifle  with scope. It also has a black barrel with brown wood stock.

–  An Enfield 303 rifle,  bolt action  (WWII vintage rifle).

Police are asking the public for assistance in locating these firearms in the interest of public safety.

 

If you have any information regarding this theft or the whereabouts of the above stolen firearms please call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222- 8477 or your local police department.

 

 

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