The crook has also taken cash, jewelry, two bulletproof vests and an iPad in 10 to 12 thefts from the seventh-floor locker room of the Ninth Precinct station house on East Fifth Street, the sources said.
IAB investigators have been on the case since the first gun theft was reported in February — yet the heists have continued.
“Maybe IAB should spend less time in traffic court and more time trying to get criminals,” one source said.
The crook has not stolen from more than one locker in a day.
But there’s no shortage of possible suspects — about 180 people work in the station house, including officers, detectives, supervisors and non-uniform NYPD employees.
And the sources said the thief has had an easy time breaking into the lockers, installed during a renovation five years ago.