Dallas police said they started seeing in increase in stolen equipment during the past year.
There are renewed fears of a person impersonating a police officer after another Dallas officer is victimized.
Someone broke into a Dallas officer's home over the weekend and stole much of the officer's gear, including a badge, radio, uniform and ammunition.
According to the police report, several other items were also stolen:
2 LOADED 9MM MAGAZINES 15CT $75.00
1 ASP W/CASE $120.00
2 HANDCUFFS W/CASES $120.00
1 RADIO W/ HOLDER $2000.00
1 BADGE #9319 $50.00
1 OC SPRAY W/CASE $30.00
1 SAMBROWN $75.00
1 SHORT SLEEVE CLASS B UNIFORM $100.00
1 INNER BELT $30.00
1 WALLET BADGE $50.00
1 STREAMLIGHT FLASHLIGHT $100.00
1 STINGRAY FLASHLIGHT $100.00
1 WARRANT OF APPOINTMENT $10.00
1 TCLEOSE LICENSE $10.00
1 COACH PURSE $150.00
13 PAIRS OF SNEAKERS/PUMPS $900.00
Investigators said they have no leads in the burglary.
Last fall, the department was victimized several times, including one burglary of an unmarked SWAT vehicle. In that case, police said the thief broke into the car and made off with weapons, ammunition, police uniforms, badges and body armor.