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Handguns Stolen From Pole Barn

By Patrick Sullivan | April 16, 2019

A Green Lake Township resident reported four handguns stolen from an unlocked pole barn.

Grand Traverse County Sheriff’s deputies were called to a residence on County Road 633 Saturday at just past 11am. The homeowner said four handguns were missing from an office inside the barn – a .22 revolver, a .22 Derringer, a semiautomatic 9mm, and a semiautomatic .45-caliber, says Capt. Christopher Clark.

Clark says the weapons were not secured inside the barn, and that one of them was in on a holster hanging on the back of a chair. Deputies brought in a tracking dog, but there was no recent scent to track, Clark says. A red gas can was also stolen from the barn.

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