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Second emergency vehicle stolen from Cariboo region within week

This truck was stolen out of the Interlakes Volunteer Fire Department's Hall 3 on the evening of April 8.
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A volunteer fire department is asking for the public's help to find a new truck after it was stolen out of a fire hall.

The Interlakes Volunteer Fire Department reported their truck was stolen last night, April 8, according to a post shared to their Facebook page

The theft occurred when their hall was broken into in Bridge Lakes, at the intersection of Highway 24 and Lee Road.

The truck has a IVFD logo and is easy to identify, according to the fire department.

This is the second time an emergency vehicle has been stolen in the region within the last week.

Last Saturday, April 2, a truck was stolen from the Williams Lake Search and Rescue team. Earlier today, April 9, the group announced on Facebook it had been found.

The RCMP could not be immediately reached for comment.

– This story was updated at 12:55 p.m. on April 9 after it was announced that the first stolen truck had been recovered.

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