The investigation continues into a weapons theft at an Army Reserve Center in Massachusetts. Local and federal authorities are asking questions about it.
FOX's Gurnal Scott has more:
Federal agents learned of the apparent theft from the center in Worcester yesterday. The time of the theft and what was taken have not been released.
But descriptions of the weapons have been logged into a National Crime Information Center or NCIC database, which allows tracking by law enforcement nationwide. Officers and agents at the scene searched the grounds of the center for evidence.
The FBI says there is no indication at this point that the theft is connected to terrorism or any connected threat.
Gurnal Scott, FOX News.