LONDON, Ky. (AP) -- State police have charged a Kentucky National Guardsman in connection with thefts at an armory in London.
Kentucky State Police spokesman Don Trosper told The Times-Tribune that 32-year-old Christopher L. Bunch was charged with receiving stolen property under $10,000 after a two-month investigation into missing items at the facility.
Trosper said police think Bunch took several items from the armory over a two-year period and sold them.
WKYT-TV reports that Bunch is a sergeant and one of five full-time employees at the armory that serves 120 soldiers.
Bunch declined to talk on camera to the station, but told them off-camera that police need to "dig deeper" in their investigation.
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