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Tracking California's Guns

Tracking California's Guns

An NBC California investigation into lost and stolen guns

Stolen Guns Linked to California CrimesGuns that are stolen and then sold on the black market are often untraceable by police, and many are being used to commit violent crimes in California neighborhoods. That's the finding of a joint investigation...
Stolen Guns Linked to California Crimes

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