Two daytime burglaries resulted in the theft of fifteen firearms from unlocked homes, according to the Fond du Lac County Sheriff's Office.
The Sheriff's Office says items such as cash and jewelry were left untouched in those burglaries. Authorities say the residences that were burglarized were unlocked.
According to a crime alert, the break-ins happened in the Townships of Eldorado and Friendship, one on December 5th and one on December 9th, between 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
Those firearms with serial numbers have been entered as stolen through NCIC. Below are the list of those firearms:
- Taurus PT709 9mm handgun serial #TJS18701
- Hipoint 45 semi auto with Woodland camo grip serial #X4340416
- Remington 870 shotgun serial #AB590027U
- Remington 700 deer rifle bolt action with Nikon scope serial #56249316
- Remington model 710 bolt action 30.06 rifle serial #71254121
- Hipoint model C9 semi auto handgun serial #P100002658
The following are stolen but the property owners did not know serial numbers:
- Remington model 770 bolt action rifle
- Heritage 22 caliber revolver
- Remington model 742 .308
- Remington 1100 12-gauge camo/synthetic
- Traditions 50 caliber muzzle loader nickle finish
- Remington Ducks Unlimited 30.06 black in color
- Traditions over-under 12 gauge
- Winchester 1200 12-gauge camo
- Thompson Contender 30-30 with .223 barrel
- Please contact the Fond du Lac County Sheriff's Office attention Detective Muellenbach 920-929-3399 or Detective Olig 920-906-4799 with any information.