Soldiers Stole SAS Kit From MoDThursday, 15th December 2016 at 8:10pm
According to Mail Online, two soldiers and an accomplice have been sentenced for ‘stealing to order’ more than £45,000 of state-of-the-art equipment from the SAS.
Sergeants Craig Davenport and Stephen Suffield took items from the MoD’s stores at Stirling Lines Army Camp, Hereford, which they passed on to Andrew Stevens, who sold them internationally through contacts made on eBay.
Amongst the items stolen were night vision goggles, sniper scopes, rifle aiming devices, body armour, distraction grenades and flares.
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