SANTA CRUZ (CBS SF) -- Police are seeking a man who broke into a car last week in Santa Cruz and took a duffel bag containing ammunition and multiple loaded handguns, police said Friday.
The vehicle burglary took place on Monday sometime between 9 p.m. and 10 p.m. on Doyle Street, adjacent to the One Double Oh Seven Club located at 1007 Soquel Avenue, according to police.
The suspect allegedly broke the window of a parked Jeep and took the duffel bag. The bag contained ammunition as well as a Glock 23 9mm, a Sig Sauer P938 9mm, a Makarov 9mm and a Smith and Wesson revolver.
All of the guns were loaded and the bag also contained additional ammunition for the various calibers, police said.
The suspect then fled on a bicycle. Part of the incident was captured on surveillance video.
Anyone with information about the crime is asked to contact Santa Cruz police Detective Brian Warren at (831) 420-5837.
Santa Cruz police are also reminding residents not to leave valuable property inside locked vehicles, especially firearms.
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