Guns stolen in Fish & Wildlife office break-in, man arrested

YAKIMA, Wash. (AP) — Police say a man has been on suspicion of stealing 15 to 20 firearms from a Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife building in Yakima earlier this month. The Yakima Police Department said in a news release Tuesday that police arrested the 29-year-old man on Monday and booked him into Yakima County Jail. Police say the guns were stolen on Jan. 2 after someone entered secured fencing and cut a hole in the side of the building. Police say the person arrested was identified through a palm print at the scene. Because guns were stolen, the case has been moved to the U.S. Bureau of Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.