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Guns stolen from Chatham home evacuated during flood

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a house with trees in the background: Flooded homes on Siskind Court in Chatham, Ont. on Feb. 24, 2018. © Dan Taekema/CBC Flooded homes on Siskind Court in Chatham, Ont. on Feb. 24, 2018.

Police in Chatham are searching for two firearms stolen from a home that had been evacuated during weekend flooding.

A .22 caliber  Ruger 10/22 autoloader with a Bushnell scope and a Stoeger Competition over/under 12 gauge shotgun were taken from the home on Siskind Court — one of the hardest hit areas in the municipality, where homes were totally swamped and residents were evacuated by emergency services .

The guns were taken with their trigger locks still attached. Anyone with information is asked to contact Chatham police.

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