Posted November 16, 2015 8:43 am by Comments

By Bob Owens

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The media is already attempting to re-write the story of an Army Reserve armory break-in in Massachusetts in which selective-fire weapons and possibly heavier armament were stolen.

The FBI confirms tonight “some weapons” are missing after a burglary at the Lincoln W. Stoddard U.S. Army Reserve Center in Worcester last night, but the agency insisted there is “no indication” of terrorism.

“The FBI is aware that some weapons are missing as a result of the break in at the Army Reserve Center in Worcester, Massachusetts. We have entered those weapons into NCIC, a national database, and alerted our federal, state and local law enforcement partners,” said Kristen Setera, spokeswoman for Boston Special Agent-in-Charge Harold H. Shaw.

“We are collaborating with Massachusetts State Police, Worcester Police and others to locate and recover these weapons immediately,” Setera said. “There is no indication that these missing weapons are connected to any kind of terrorism threat whatsoever. Nevertheless, every effort will be made to recover these weapons immediately.”

This Boston Herald article and accompanying CBS Boston video are rewriting key details of the original story.

Originally, it was stated that ten pistols and six M4s—the standard, selective-fire carbine used by the U.S. military—were taken in …Read the Rest

Source:: Bearing Arms

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