Local law enforcement officers are searching for any information in connection with a breaking and entering at the American Legion. On Jan. 23, American Legion Post 108 reported a breaking and entering in which two MI Grand Military Rifles were stolen.
Franklin Police Chief David Adams noted that the rifles were stolen from a coat closet and that the serial numbers for the rifles have been entered into the National Crime Information Center.
The rifles stolen from the American Legion are utilized during military funeral detail and carry a value of about $400 each.
Because there is no video surveillance, the Franklin Police Department currently have no leads on the case and are reaching out to the public for any information related to the crime. If you have any information on the incident, contact the Franklin Police Department.