Investigators are searching for an Omaha Police officer's service weapon, uniform and other equipment after an October 22nd vehicle burglary in South Central Omaha.
Police were called to the officer's place of residence after he found his personal vehicle was broken into overnight and department property had been stolen, according to a police report. Responding officers observed a shattered rear passenger window at the scene.
Items stolen include a full Omaha Police Department uniform with badge, ballistic vest, department vehicle keys and a body worn camera, according to a department bulletin.
Also stolen was the officer's duty belt equipped with a taser, police radio, service weapon, two magazines with ammunition and other common police equipment.
The equipment stolen is estimated to be worth $2,300, according to a police report.
The department's Public Information Office was not immediately aware if any of the stolen property had been recovered.