Six shotguns stolen from South East Cornwall farm college
Six shotguns have been stolen in a raid at Duchy Agricultural College in Stoke Climsland, South East Cornwall.
The firearms were taken in a burglary which is believed to have taken place in the early hours of Friday, March 15.
Devon and Cornwall Police said the shotguns had been taken from a secure gun cabinet which had been forced from a wall, carried some 200 metres from the college and the cabinet door levered open.
A force spokesman said: "Naturally we are concerned that shotguns have been stolen and there are now six unauthorised weapons in the hands of criminals.
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"We have begun a full investigation and we are keen to locate these stolen items as quickly as possible.
"I would urge anyone who is approached with any similar items for sale, where the origin of the items cannot be clearly demonstrated, to contact us straightaway."
In addition to the shotguns, several desktop computers and laptops were stolen, all of which are security marked.