Police are asking for the public's help in identifying a suspect who broke into a machine shop in Scottsbluff and stole several items, including a small replica cannon.
Police say Henkel's Machine Shop was burglarized in May.
Capt. Brian Wasson says it's a small desktop-size cannon - but it fires. He's says they're common among collectors. Wasson says a rifle, power tools and other equipment were also taken in the burglary.
One of the burglars has used one of several credit or debit cards stolen from the business, and officials have photo taken at an ATM.
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