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Digging Deeper: Several city employees interviewed about stolen guns

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More than six months after guns were stolen from an eastern Iowa police department, still no sign of the guns and no arrests, but we are learning more about the case.

Guns were stolen from the MarMac Police Department in February as the police department was being renovated.

MarMac covers both Marquette and McGregor.

After several failed attempts to get an update on the case, KWWL filed an Open Records request to get a look at the investigation being done by the Clayton County Sheriff's Office.

Days later, we heard from law enforcement which said there is new information it would share, hoping to get more help from the public.

Investigators say they have interviewed several members of various city departments having access to the area where the guns were reportedly stolen. They also called on another county for help with those interviews. They used the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office voice stress analysis examiner, which is similar to a polygraph test.

They say they're using that information to "assist in the development of a suspect in the theft."

Anyone who has information about the case should call the Clayton County Sheriff’s Office at 563-245-2422 or the TIP Line at 563-245-1234.

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