WASHINGTON (AP) — Police say a Secret Service agent had his gun, portable radio and badge stolen from his personal vehicle in downtown Washington.

A District of Columbia police report says the theft occurred shortly before 4 p.m. Monday outside a downtown office building. According to the report, the agent parked his car and returned a few minutes later to find a window open and a bag missing.

 

The bag contained his service weapon, a Sig Sauer handgun. It also included a radio, his Secret Service badge, a USB flash drive and handcuffs.

The report says a witness saw someone reaching into the car. Police are investigating but have not identified any suspects.

The Secret Service confirmed Tuesday that the report was accurate but declined to comment further.

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