AR-15, ammunition stolen from deputy U.S. marshal’s Jeep

More than $1,500 in weapons and ammunition, including a semiautomatic rifle, have been stolen from a deputy U.S. marshal’s vehicle in southwest Omaha.

According to an Omaha police report, Deputy Marshal Jay Mason said the weapons and ammunition were stolen from a 2012 Jeep Liberty sometime between Thursday night and Friday morning.

The theft occurred southwest of 156th Street and West Central Road, the report said.

Taken in the theft, according to the report:

  • An AR-15 semiautomatic rifle valued at $700.
  • A Glock .40-caliber semiautomatic handgun valued at $500.
  •  30-round banana clip valued at $40.
  • Two Glock magazines valued at $40.
  • Winchester ammunition valued at $250.
  • An ammunition-gun bag valued at $10.