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Gangster’s gun comes home to Auburn

FBI returns machine gun stolen in 1933

Posted: Thursday, March 6, 2014 11:00 pm | Updated: 7:49 am, Mon Mar 10, 2014.

AUBURN — As a crowd slowly faded out of the rotunda of the DeKalb County Courthouse midday Thursday just after noon, Special Agent in Charge Bob Jones of the Indianapolis Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation strolled over to Auburn Police Chief Martin McCoy and said plainly, “All right, Chief, it’s yours.”


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