Memphis firefighter truck stolen after multiple break-ins

Memphis firefighter truck stolen after multiple break-ins
Memphis Firefighters woke up to their cars broken into. (MEMPHIS FIREFIGHTER'S ASSOCIATION)

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Memphis Firefighters Association took to Facebook again to share alarming news.

For two nights in a row, cars were broken into and one stolen at two different Memphis Fire Stations.

So far, a black Chevy Tahoe is the only vehicle reported stolen from station 25.

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In a post on Wednesday addressing the cars that were broken into, it continued to read:

Those who protect the citizens fall victim to senseless crimes. It’s unfortunate that criminals prey on the very people who will turn around and risk it all to save their life if called upon.

Two nights in a row vehicles have been broken into at two different Memphis Fire Stations. Those who protect the...

Posted by Memphis Fire Fighters Association Local 1784 on Wednesday, July 1, 2020

President Thomas Malone confirmed it was stations 55 and 50 that were broken into.

Malone is unsure how many cars were broken into at this time.