A large gun safe along with other items were reportedly stolen from a residence in Calhoun County Thursday afternoon.

The Michigan State Police say in a press release that the breaking and entering happened at a home on P Drive South in Burlington Township around 4:20pm Thursday. The suspect or suspects took a large Sentinel gun safe containing multiple firearms, ammunition, and other personal items.  Some archery equipment and tools were also taken.

The homeowner was not there at the time of the theft.

Troopers say a possible suspect vehicle had been seen in the area around the time of the incident. It’s described as a black Hummer H3, and was headed southbound on 12 Mile Road near R Drive South. The driver was described as a white male, in his late 20s or early 30s, with long brown hair possibly wearing a black hat.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Michigan State Police Marshall Post. This is the latest in a string of home invasions in that area; in late March, a home in Branch County's Union Township was burglarized. Jewelry was stolen, but the MSP said the thieves were looking for firearms.