- Associated Press - Tuesday, February 25, 2014

NORMAN, Okla. (AP) - Norman police say two police assault rifles are among several items stolen when someone broke into two Norman Police Department cars and one Cleveland County Sheriff’s vehicle.

Capt. Tom Easley said Tuesday that the cars were locked when they broken into during the early morning hours of Feb. 19 in southeast Norman. Easley says the thieves punched a hole in a window of each vehicle and were able to get a hand through the hole and unlock the doors.

Easley says a sheriff’s jacket, a police vest and a Kevlar helmet were also stolen.

Easley says the AR-15 assault rifles each have the Norman Police Department patch engraved on them.


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