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Police say a department audit from 2011 indicated that some of the guns it scheduled to be destroyed either weren’t destroyed, or were not documented as destroyed by the department.

Boise Police tell KTVB the audit prompted the department to request an outside criminal investigation to address the issue. Police went on to say the investigation did not result in criminal charges against anyone in the department, or otherewise.

However, police officials did mention that the employee responsible for keeping track of the guns resigned from the department last month.

Source: KTVB

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