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Long Guns, Crossbows Stolen From Warwick Home

Lambton OPP are investigating a substantial theft from a residence in the 6000-block of Churchill Line in Warwick Township on Monday.

Police say the home owner had left his residence for a few hours and upon his return noticed his home and garage had been forcibly entered, ransacked and various items had been stolen.

The following items were reported stolen:

Long Guns

  • Savage 30 calibre rifle
  • 20-gauge semi-auto shotgun
  • 20-gauge single shot antique shot gun
  • Double-barrel 12-gauge shotgun- side by side
  • Coey 22 calibre semi-automatic rifle
  • .410 double-barrel- side by side “El Faison” shotgun
  • MK 1.25 rifle


  • 90 lb draw crossbow- camo in colour
  • 60 lb draw crossbow- camo in colour


  • Men’s Guess watch, with blue rubber band and a bulky face
  • Men’s Polo watch, with oversized gunmetal gray steel band
  • 10-carat yellow gold men’s ring, with black onyx stone
  • Miscellaneous necklaces and bracelets
  • Woman’s Polo watch, rose gold, with large links, with a large link band

Miscellaneous Items

  • Light brown wood nightstand containing a collection of approximately 50 knives in the bottom drawer (folding knives, hunting knives, machetes)
  • Camo-coloured hunting coat and coveralls, reversible to a hunter orange colour
  • 2 cases of Busch beer cans (24)
  • Air compressor- 8 gallon tank

Police say the majority of the long guns had been partially disassembled, they say it’s possible that the suspects may attempt to sell and or trade non-functioning firearms.

The OPP are asking for the public’s help in identifying a pick-up truck that was seen in the area of the theft on Monday afternoon.

It’s described as a 2002-2006 Chevrolet, extended cab, black tool box in the bed of the truck, black fender flares and black rims with a loud muffler.

Anyone with information is asked to call OPP or Crime Stoppers.