The case of Jim Shockey’s stolen gun safe has seen a breakthrough.
In February we shared news of Jim Shockey’s gun safe that he reported stolen after thieves broke into his home in Canada. They took the safe and the prized family firearms, most of which were irreplaceable, that were inside.
On Thursday Shockey shared an Instagram photo breaking the news that the safe had been found, albeit it opened and apparently emptied.
Stolen and now Found!! The safe containing my father's guns has been found in Saskatchewan! I don't have all the details yet, but know that Brad Dunlap found the safe, Thanks Brad!!!! You'll be receiving a gift from me in the near future! The safe was cut open by a "plasma torch" apparently, but I'm still waiting for more information. One thing for sure, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, are one step closer to catching their man!!!! #RCMP
Details remain vague, even for Shockey himself. According to his Instagram post, the safe was opened using a “plasma torch,” and that a person named Brad Dunlap was the one who found it.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police are continuing the investigation, but as Shockey put it in his post, they are “one step closer to catching their man!”