Guns, ammunition and assorted tactical gear were stolen Thursday from a sport utility vehicle assigned to a member of the Dallas police SWAT team, according to a police report.
The equipment, worth thousands of dollars, was taken from the SUV, which was parked at an apartment complex in the 2700 block of Fitzhugh Avenue in northeast Dallas.
The area is southeast of the intersection of Fitzhugh and U.S. 75, also called North Central Expressway.
Taken were a rifle, a handgun, police uniforms and body armor, according to the report. Also stolen were hundreds of rounds of ammunition for both weapons, a police radio and a "flashbang" device.
The burglar used some sort of tool to break into the city-owned SUV, the report stated.
No arrests were reported Friday morning in the burglary, said Sgt. Warren Mitchell, police spokesman.