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Two male soldiers have been taken into custody at Fort Bragg, North Carolina in connection with the disappearance of roughly 14,000 rounds of ammunition reported missing at the Army base on Wednesday morning, officials said on Saturday.

Military police would not release the names or ranks of the soldiers in custody.

The missing 5.56 millimeter ammunition is valued at about $3,600 and “can be purchased at any Wal-Mart,” according to an official familiar with the investigation who spoke to Reuters only on condition of anonymity.

Source: Jim Brumm for Reuters.

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