RICHMOND (CBS SF) — A suspect arrested earlier this month after officers found a loaded gun hidden among children’s toys at a Richmond residence was connected to an investigation into gang activity, a police lieutenant said Friday.

Lt. Felix Tan said a .40 caliber pistol was found on Jan. 9 at a residence in the first block of Sixth Street during a parole compliance check. The pistol was stashed in a bin that held toys.

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The Glock pistol had an extended magazine inserted and was loaded with almost 30 bullets.

Officers at the scene arrested the suspect, who police said had prior felony firearms convictions.

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Tan said the suspect’s name could not be released, as this case is being considered part of a larger investigation.

No further information was provided.

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