Dozens of guns stolen from Auburndale home, search for suspect continues

Dozens of guns stolen from Auburndale home, search for suspect continues
Dozens of guns stolen from Auburndale home, search for suspect continues

AUBURNDALE, Fla. (WFLA) – Police are asking for the public’s help in locating two vehicles that may have been used by the suspect(s) who broke into an Auburndale home and stole at least 29 guns.

The burglary happened on Adams Road in Auburndale on November 4th.

Take a look at the surveillance photos above. Police say the first vehicle, described as a light-colored Cadillac or Lincoln,  was last seen in the area of the home burglary. A second vehicle was captured on surveillance at a burglary from another agency and may be connected with the Auburndale incident. Police believe the second vehicle to be a white Chevy Malibu or similar type vehicle.

A second vehicle was captured on surveillance at a burglary from another agency and may be connected with the Auburndale incident. Police believe the second vehicle to be a white Chevy Malibu or similar type vehicle.

Officials have not provided any further description of the suspect(s) or if anyone was home at the time of the incident. Anyone with information is asked to call Auburndale Police.

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