Firearm, ammunition stolen from senior cop
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The licensed firearm of a senior policeman was stolen after thieves broke into his home in western Jamaica, OBSERVER ONLINE has learnt.

The firearm, it is understood, was stolen along with cash and ammunition.

Information gathered by our newsroom indicated that the robbery reportedly occurred sometime between 3:30 pm on Tuesday and 8:30 pm on Friday.

Reports are that the senior officer securely locked up his dwelling house and left. On his return, he discovered that culprits had broken into and entered his house.

Upon investigating, he discovered that they forcefully removed and stole his safe which contained his licensed pistol, 50 rounds of ammunition, $10,000 cash and other personal items.

An investigation has since been launched.

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