Calgary police officer's 'lost' and loaded firearm magazine found safe in district office
Without firearm, ammo and magazine posed 'minimal risk,' police said
A Calgary police officer might be feeling a bit sheepish but relieved that the magazine and 15 rounds of ammunition lost on duty last week has been found in a safe place — right inside the District 8 office.
Police said last Friday the magazine was believed to have fallen from the officer's duty belt on April 28, sometime between 3:30 and 5 p.m., somewhere in the south of the city.
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On Monday, police said the magazine and all the ammunition were located in the District 8 office.
Calgary police had said the magazine "poses minimal risk to the public" on its own, without a firearm.