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Lodi man's guns still missing

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Posted: Tuesday, April 14, 2009 10:00 pm

It's been more than a year since thieves went into a Lodi storage business and made off with a monster-sized safe containing 50 guns and 2,000 rounds of ammunition.

Now the gun owner is possibly going to get one of those guns back, after it was found in a Stockton criminal's hands. A couple more guns have turned up in the Sacramento and Stockton area, Lodi Police Detective Nick Rafiq said.

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  • posted at 1:33 pm on Thu, Apr 16, 2009.


    Wouldn't be surprised if those guns never resurfaced. For decades, the people who might come across those could, you know, keep them. After a couple years, they drop off the stolen list, and then they're free to trade and sell them. I've seen firearms used in felonies, supposedly destroyed, up for sale. It's pretty easy to tell them, they have a case # scratched in the stock/grip.Don't hold your breath waiting. You'll never see those guns again.

  • posted at 1:59 pm on Wed, Apr 15, 2009.


    I swear I don't have his guns!

  • posted at 3:20 am on Wed, Apr 15, 2009.


    Layla, what was U-Haul's official statement on this matter?Did they see business drop as a result of this? Thanks.



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