Thousands of rounds of ammunition were either stolen or lost by a moving company. Police in west suburban Woodridge are investigating the case.
“All My Sons” also said it's cooperating fully with police in this case. Woodridge police will only say they've got an active investigation underway regarding the missing ammunition.
Last week, a west suburban man who says he's a recreational shooter called FOX 32's tip-line claiming that the “All My Sons Moving and Storage” company had lost several thousand rounds of his ammunition, including ammo for military style rifles. His move had only been from Woodridge to Joliet, but his ammunition just disappeared.
FOX 32 called “All My Sons” and they told us it's against their policy to ship ammunition, but they would look into it. FOX 32 also called Woodridge police.
Then, on Friday, the customer left us a voice message.
“There is an update. I don't know what you did, but you did something, you stirred these guys up, because I just had the president of the moving company call me and offer to settle and pay for my losses. And the Woodridge Police Department just called, and they are interviewing us tonight.”
The victim agreed to tell FOX 32 his whole story. But on Monday, he backed out saying he had settled with “All My Sons” and he could no longer discuss his complaint against the company. He had apparently entered into a non-disclosure agreement.
“All My Sons Moving and Storage” declined to do an interview regarding the complaint, telling FOX 32 in a statement that the client had self-packed an inventory of ammunition and that it was missing.