An inventory audit conducted last week has revealed 20 shotguns are missing from the Flint Police Department.

According to NBC 25, the January 22nd audit shows one Mossberg and 19 Remington duty shotguns are missing from the department's supplies. On Wednesday, Police Chief James Tolbert said he hopes a department wide audit will reveal the whereabouts of the guns. Tolbert said an audit hadn't been done on the department's firearms in a long time and that the discrepancy may have been caused by issues with paperwork. He added that sometimes items belonging to other departments have been improperly attributed to Flint.


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