100,000 rounds of ammo stolen from Kansas home

burglary 2WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — The Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the theft of about 100,000 rounds of ammunition from a home in the Wichita area.

KFDI-FM reports the ammunition was taken during a burglary sometime between 5:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. on June 26.

Sheriff’s Lt. Dave Mattingly said Wednesday that musical equipment, electronics and other items were also taken. The stolen goods have a total estimated value of more than $46,000.


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10 Comments for “100,000 rounds of ammo stolen from Kansas home”

  1. 100,000 rounds of ammo? Someone was ready for the zombie apocalypse.

  2. I’m all for gun rights but just not sure why anyone would have a good reason to have that much ammo at home

  3. Dead Horse, you must be new to the whole
    HaysPost comment thing. This is where people hide behind their keyboards and
    make up facts and demonize what they don’t know. Oh, and if they
    can find a way to tie it to sports they will bash those programs and call for
    the district to abolish them. Anyway, welcome to the community!

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