Handguns, narcotics and $30,000 in cash were stolen during a break-in of the Simpsonville Police Department, Kentucky State Police said in a release.
The state police post in Frankfort was notified of the break-in at about 1 a.m. Friday by the Simpsonville police chief.
An unknown person or persons entered the department, broke into evidence lockers and stole approximately $30,000 in cash, an unknown quantity of narcotics and handguns.
A complete evidence audit is being conducted by the Simpsonville Police Department, the release said.
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Simpsonville is a city of more than 2,600 people in Shelby County. It has become a retail destination with the 2014 opening of the Outlet Shoppes of the Bluegrass off Interstate 64.
Anyone with information concerning the break-in should contact Kentucky State Police Post 12 in Frankfort at (502) 227-2221.