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$210K for Bonnie & Clyde Tommy Gun, shotgun

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Tommy Gun and shotgun reportedly owned by the Depression Era bank robbers Bonnie & Clyde were sold at auction today for a total of $210,000.

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The .45 caliber Thompson Sub-Machine Gun was believed to have been used by Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker.

The seller's great-grandfather, who was in law enforcement, was given the gun after the weapon was seized in a raid in Joplin, Mo., in April 1933. Though no arrests resulted from the raid, a cache of weapons and a camera - containing photos of the outlaws - was confiscated.

The Tommy Gun sold for $130,000.

Also sold today was a Winchester 12-gauge shotgun, acquired in the same raid, for $80,000.

The auction was held by Mayo Auction & Realty.

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