Guns, ammo stolen from locked police car in Rock Hill

- A rifle and ammo were stolen from a Rock Hill police car early Friday morning, according to the Rock Hill Police Department. 

Around 7:00 a.m. Friday morning a woman reported the police car belonging to Rock Hill PD's Lieutenant Rivera had been damaged, and property had been stolen from it. She had last seen the car at 11:30 p.m. Thursday night.

The woman who lived at the home where the car was parked told officers that Lt. Rivera was out of town on vacation at the time, and she had been asleep and didn't hear anything. 

According to officers, the front passenger window was smashed and a Colt brand M-4 rifle with attachments had been taken from the car. The thief also took 30 rifle magazines, 15 of which belonged to the police department, and the other 15 of which belonged to Lt. Rivera.

The rifle was removed from a locked rack in the center area of the car. The total cost of the items stolen is estimated to be more than $6,000. The damage to the car is estimated at $300. 

At this time there are no suspects in the case. 

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