Illegal immigrants burglarize Texas ranch house

Migrants stole 2 loaded handguns, ammo, food and clothing, officials said

A group of undocumented migrants broke into a Texas ranch house near the border with Mexico on Tuesday and stole firearms, ammunition and other items, authorities said.

Border agents in the Big Bend Sector responded to the ranch house in Sierra Blanca, Hudspeth County, that had reportedly been burglarized and encountered three armed undocumented migrants, U.S. Customs and Border Protection said in a news release.

Sierra Blanca is located about 20 miles northeast of the Mexico border.

Three armed undocumented migrants, who appear to be males, were encountered in Hudspeth County, Texas, on Tuesday after allegedly breaking into a ranch house and stealing two loaded handguns, ammo and other items. (U.S. Customs and Border Protection)

Agents searched the three migrants and discovered two loaded handguns, ammunition, food and clothing that had been stolen from the ranch house.

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