US officials have revealed that a collection of weapons was stolen from the Panzer Kaserne base near Stuttgart earlier this month and couldn’t be located, leading to concerns that the arms may have ended up on the black market – or in the wrong hands. “Several semi-automatic pistols, one small-caliber automatic rifle and a shotgun were among the items taken,” said Chris Grey, a spokesman for the US Army Criminal Investigation Command (CID). “Due to the ongoing investigation, we will not be releasing any additional information or any specifics on the items stolen at this time to protect the integrity of the investigative process,” said Ray Johnson, a spokesman for the Army’s Installation Management Command-Europe. The Cold War-era facility serves as a local garrison headquarters and an operational base for elite units, including the Green Berets and Navy SEALS. “We are looking at all possibilities as the investigation continues, but at this point in the investigation it does not appear that an outside entity stole the firearms and equipment or breached the fence line, but we have not completely ruled it out,” Grey said. I think we can all guess whose hands these weapons will end up in. That's right these US military weapons have likely ended up in the hands of the Syrian refugees across Germany. Now since this is a foreign military base we should only guess that this involved an inside job at the Stuttgart ARMY base in Germany. Would almost guarantee with whats been going on in Germany the last week with attacks, is that a civilian contractor or such working on the base got into a weapons cache and personally delivered the weapons to Syrian refugees.