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CRATER LAKE, OR -- The National Park Service is investigating the theft of ammunition from Crater Lake National Park, earlier this month. Rifle and pistol caliber ammo was stolen from a locked building in the park headquarters. It was used by federal law enforcement for training and other operations. The theft is a felony.

 

Investigators released a grainy black and white video of a pickup (pictured right) entering the Annie Creek entrance station at about 2:30 a.m., February sixth – the day the theft was discovered. View the full video. They say the people in that vehicle may have witnesses something related to the theft.
 
The Park Service is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible. For more information, click HERE

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