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Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Thief steals unmarked FBI car

From The Star: Authorities are looking for an unmarked FBI car discovered stolen this morning from a residence in Prairie Village.

FBI spokesman Ganpat Waugh said the thief probably didn’t know the car was federal property because it was unmarked and items used by law enforcement likely were stored out of sight. The missing property includes a police radio, blue body armor stamped with the yellow letters “FBI” and 50 rounds of .40-caliber pistol ammunition. No weapons were in the car, Waugh said.

Federal authorities are not releasing the make of the vehicle or the location of the crime partly to protect the agent’s identity, but Waugh said the vehicle was locked and parked in the driveway of the home. No keys were left inside.


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