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Grantham burglary: Three BB guns stolen from house in Uplands Drive

Lincolnshire Police news.
Lincolnshire Police news.

Three BB imitation guns have been stolen from a house in Grantham.

The guns were stolen in Uplands Drive on March 6. The house was broken into through a window at the back of the property during the day. The burglary was later discovered by the resident at 6pm.

The items are imitations of a Desert Eagle, a Magnum and a Colt Python.

A spokesman for Lincolnshire Police said: “We are appealing for anyone who may have seen these items, been offered them to purchase or spotted them in second hand shops, to come forward and call 101.

“Grantham CID take incidents of this nature seriously and are keen to trace the imitation weapons as the possession of some BB guns in a public place can be an offence without a reasonable excuse. The maximum penalty for this offence is up to 12 months in jail.”

If you have information on the guns call 101, quoting incident number 377 of March 6.


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