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Reward offered for stolen firearms grows

SIBLEY, Iowa -- Osceola County Sheriff Doug Weber announced Saturday that the reward being offered in connection with a rural residential burglary in which 23 miscellaneous firearms were taken has grown to $5,500.

SIBLEY, Iowa -- Osceola County Sheriff Doug Weber announced Saturday that the reward being offered in connection with a rural residential burglary in which 23 miscellaneous firearms were taken has grown to $5,500.

The burglary occurred west of Sibley between 6:15 and 10:20 a.m. Tuesday. Also taken from the scene was a 2001 black Dodge pickup truck. The truck was discovered abandoned at the intersection of 170th Street and Jefferson Avenue in Lyon County, Iowa, on Wednesday.

Information may be submitted to Text-A-Tip at www.sheriffosceolacounty.org or by calling (712) 754-2556.

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