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BCSO release list of stolen items from home that was burglarized twice

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UPDATE: BOWIE COUNTY (KYTX) - Bowie County Sheriff's Office offense has released reports taken for the two burglaries of a home in Maud are that occured over the course of 10 days in June.

The report includes the list of stolen property for each offense.

Click here for list of the stolen items.

 


BOWIE COUNTY (KYTX) - A home in Bowie County was burglarized twice during the span of 10 days starting on June 19 and ending on June 29th resulting in a loss of over 38 thousand dollars.

The home located on Highway 67 in the Maud area around the old Crystal Spring Water Park was first burglarized of a large amount of ammunition, several firearms, and several other items.

The property taken in this crime has a reported value of $11,467.00. The day after filing the first report, the homeowner returned to his house to again find someone had entered his home.

During the second burglary the homeowner's gun safe was forced open and 28 firearms were removed and stolen from inside this safe.

The stolen firearms include both handguns and long guns that have a reported value of $27,278.00.

The total dollar loss from the two burglaries is estimated to be $38,745.00.

Both of these cases are ongoing active investigations. There are no suspects at this time.

The homeowner is offering up to a $10,000.00 reward for the return of all of his missing firearms, or the arrests and convictions of the suspects.

Anyone with information about either of these crimes should contact Investigator David Biggar at 903.628.6815.

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