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El Paso County sheriff’s deputy’s gun, gear stolen from police vehicle parked at sheriff’s office

Someone stole an El Paso County sheriff’s deputy’s gun, ballistic vest, badge and other gear from a police vehicle that was parked at the sheriff’s office in Colorado Springs early Sunday morning.

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The deputy’s vehicle was parked in the 20th block of Vermijo Avenue, according to a statement from the sheriff’s office. The deputy reported the theft to his supervisors at 3:42 a.m.

The deputy’s body-worn camera was stolen, along with nylon gear, his office-issued Glock 45 and two magazines of ammunition.

Sgt. Deborah Mynatt would not say Sunday whether the deputy left the vehicle unlocked. She said investigators are reviewing surveillance footage.

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