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Thieves make off with retired Calgary police officer's badge, rifles

Calgary police are hoping CCTV footage of suspects helps recover the stolen items

Calgary police officers are on the hunt for these two suspects believed to be behind the theft of a retired officer's badge and guns.

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Calgary police officers are on the hunt for these two suspects believed to be behind the theft of a retired officer's badge and guns.

Calgary police are calling for the public's help in a theft case – and this time it's a retired officer on the recieving end.

In broad daylight on Sept. 14, police believe two men broke into a house in the 0 to 100 of Copperfield Heights SE. They made off with nine handguns, four rifles and the badge of a retired Calgary police officer.

Police have released photos of the men, in hopes Calgarians can come forward and help solve the case.

Retired officer's badge.

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Retired officer's badge.

A suspect Calgary police are looking for with what appears to be a gun carrying case.

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A suspect Calgary police are looking for with what appears to be a gun carrying case.

If you recognize the men in police's provided CCTV stills,or have any information on the break and enter, contact the non-emergency line at 403-266-1234 or Crime Stoppers anonymously by calling 1-800-222-8477, visiting www.calgarycrimestoppers.org or by texting tttTIPS to 274637.

The case number is 16403922/4067.

Calgary police allege break and enter suspects made off with a number of guns, and a retired officer's badge.

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Calgary police allege break and enter suspects made off with a number of guns, and a retired officer's badge.