7NEWS investigation reveals hundreds of items still missing from Queensland Police | 7NEWS

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Guns, tasers and police IDs are among the hundreds of items lost or stolen from officers. A 7NEWS Right to Information investigation can reveal thousands of dollars worth of equipment has still not been recovered.

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