FBI Investigating Weapons Stolen From Worcester Army Reserve Center Over Weekend
Monday, November 16, 2015
Lincoln Stoddard Army Reserve Center is located on Lake Street.
The FBI says some weapons are missing as a result of the break-in.
According to the Boston Herald, “The FBI is aware that some weapons are missing as a result of the break in at the Army Reserve Center in Worcester, Massachusetts. We have entered those weapons into NCIC, a national database, and alerted our federal, state and local law enforcement partners,” said Kristen Setera, spokeswoman for Boston Special Agent-in-Charge Harold H. Shaw."
Both the FBI and local police are investigating the break-in.
Related Slideshow: The Influence of Gun Money in New England States
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See how much money went to candidates in each of the New England States in the slides below.
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