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Homeowner reports handgun stolen during Florida sex party

Associated Press
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DELTONA, Fla. — A Florida homeowner says someone stole a 9 mm Glock handgun from his bedroom during a weekend sex party.

But Volusia County Sheriff’s Sgt. Todd Smith tells The Daytona Beach News-Journal the homeowner couldn’t give detectives the names of possible suspects because the 20 or so people attending the orgy wore masks.

Smith says the handgun was apparently on a bedroom nightstand during the party. It was taken between July 19 and July 21 and reported later.

The homeowner said they party was advertised on social media and guests were encouraged to bring friends and to use fictitious names or no name at all. He said he probably only knew about five of the guests that entered the home that weekend.

Smith says it’s unlikely they’ll solve the crime.

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