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Police are investigating after eighteen semi-automatic shotguns were stolen from a shooting school in Lancashire.
Thirty thousand pounds worth of guns were taken when the Kelbrook club was broken into on Thursday night.
Police say the club was deliberately targeted
Police are appealing for information after a break in Foulridge where a number of firearms were taken.
The break in happened between 7:45pm on Thursday 24th October and 8:30am on Friday morning at Kelbrook Shooting School, which has a registered firearms shop, just off Cob Lane.
The offenders have gone in through the roof of the shop and have taken 18 various makes of semi automatic shotguns from inside.
One of the weapons was discovered on a path leading toward Colne Road by a member of the public the following morning which has been recovered by officers for examination.