LEBANON, Ohio – A U.S. Marshal was the victim of a car break-in in Lebanon’s Poplar Hill subdivision Wednesday morning.
The burglar broke out the back window overnight and took a tactical vest, a Taser, a police radio, surveillance cameras, handcuffs and case, and a duty belt.
No gun was taken.
The marshal was not identified.
Police couldn't say if it was a personal vehicle or a marshal’s vehicle.
The stolen items were valued at $12,000.
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