CBS Local Minnesota / WCCO: MSP Employee Accused Of Stealing Over $84K In Items From Luggage -- Authorities: He Said He 'Just Wanted The Items' A 23-year-old MSP Airport worker has been accused of stealing hundreds of items from checked baggage, including firearms, iPads and phones, according to charges filed by Hennepin County. In February, David Vang, of St. Paul, was charged by summons with 10 felony counts of theft of a firearm and one felony count of theft over $5,000 in connection to the alleged incidents beginning in June or July of 2012 through October 2012. ...In Vang’s apartment, authorities discovered labeled boxes containing multiple iPads, laptops, projectors, mobile phones, cameras, purses, clothing, firearms, a crossbow, ammunition, hunting and fishing gear, and other items, the complaint said. He did not have permission to take or possess the items. Ten firearms were found in Vang’s living room closet, including pistols, revolvers, shotguns and a rifle. Authorities estimate the total value of all the items at approximately $84,379.97.