Four shotguns stolen from a Yukon government building

Whitehorse RCMP are looking for four shotguns stolen from a Yukon government building on Quartz Road. Police say they got a call on April 12 about missing money.

Whitehorse RCMP are looking for four shotguns stolen from a Yukon government building on Quartz Road.

Police say they got a call on April 12 about missing money. The theft of the cash is believed to have happened sometime between April 8 and April 12.

“Just over a week after the initial theft report, it was discovered that four firearms were also stolen,” the RCMP press release says.

All four of the weapons are Remington 870 shotguns.

Neither the Yukon government nor the RCMP is saying which specific building or department the guns were taken from. Questions about the government’s policy when it comes to storing weapons were not answered in time for today’s paper.

Whitehorse RCMP are asking anyone with any information to please come forward. The police can be reached at 667-5555.

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