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, Mingo County
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Police recover tens of thousands of dollars worth of stolen property during a drug bust in Mingo County.
Police say they raided a house in Gilbert Creek after they saw a drug deal take place.
Once inside the home, officers found 30 shot guns, 15 handguns, 76 other guns, 200 knives, $7,000 worth of ammo. They say they also found three stolen vehicles, a stolen ATV, stolen motorcycles, over a half dozen stolen lawn mowers and $1,500 worth of other lawn equipment, $2,000 worth of stolen car radio equipment, and thousands of dollars worth of televisions and radio equipment and tools. Officers say they also recovered $5,000 worth of street drugs.
At this time, it is unclear how many people have been arrested.
Stay tuned to Eyewitness News for the latest on this developing story.
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