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Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Man steals thousands of rounds of ammunition from a Colorado Walmart

Occurred October 14, 2013.

A man entered a Walmart store in Centennial, Colorado, forced open a locked case, and stole around 2,100 rounds of ammunition, loading it into a shopping cart.  He then left the store and fled.

From an article:
On Oct. 14, 2013, the man entered the Walmart store at 10900 E. Briarwood Ave., forced open a locked case containing ammunition, loaded the ammunition into a shopping cart, and rolled it out of the store, the sheriff's office said. The suspect then reentered the store and was seen leaving with a bag containing unknown items. 
The sheriff's office said the man stole: 
--About 1,000 rounds of .223-caliber ammunition, which can be used for military assault rifles like the AR-15 and bolt-action "varmint" hunting rifles.   
--About 1,000 rounds of 7.62 mm ammunition, which can be used for military-style rifles, including AK-47 assault rifles. 
--About 100 rounds of .40-caliber ammunition, which is primarily used for handguns.  

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