Nearly $9,000 in firearms stolen from Los Molinos man
Thousands of dollars' worth of firearms were reported stolen in Tehama County on Sunday morning.
According to the victim, Calvin Rhoads, 74, he had nearly $9,000 in guns stolen from him. The stolen guns included a Remington brand 22-250 caliber bolt action rifle, a Remington brand .243 caliber bolt action rifle, Remington brand .22 caliber pump action rifle, Remington brand 7mm magnum bolt action rifle, a Winchester brand over/under style 12 gauge shotgun and a Winchester brand 300 magnum bolt action rifle.
In addition to the guns stolen, Rhoads also said he had five Red Field brand scopes valued at $1,500, two green army backpacks valued at $50, a 12-volt animal caller valued at $250, two trail cameras valued at $240 and miscellaneous ammunition valued at $125.
Rhoads told deputies that he believed the theft occurred somewhere between Los Molinos and the Lassen National Forest near Mineral.
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