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Burbank police find shotgun, $500,000 worth of meth in crib

July 8, 2012 |  8:11 am

Burbank police discovered nearly $500,000 worth of methamphetamine and a shotgun inside a baby's crib while serving a search warrant at a home in Sun Valley, officials say.

The gun and roughly 10 pounds of meth were found resting on top of the mattress when Burbank narcotics investigators served the warrant at the home in the 8500 block of Glenoaks Boulevard on Thursday, Sgt. Joshua Kendrick said.

No one, including a baby, was home at the time of the search, he added. Burbank police also declined to release the identity of the suspect they were looking for.

Police believe the suspect is a wholesale supplier to other drug dealers in Burbank, according to an announcement Sunday from the department.

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