Stolen item from Camp Atterbury could be in the wrong hands

Provide Photo/Camp Atterbury
Provide Photo/Camp Atterbury

EDINBURGH, Ind. (WISH) – People are concerned after a sensitive item was stolen from Camp Atterbury, and that item could be in the wrong hands.

An MPT 30 Firebox was taken from the camp sometime over the weekend.

Johnson County deputies say it’s used for remote detonation of IED’s, or homemade bombs.

Officials say it’s been missing from Building 337 since a weekend theft.

They say they’re also missing a Kobalt tool bag and tools, screwdrivers, wire cutters and strippers, tarps, spray paint and six power inverters.

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