Fire utility truck stolen in SoCal is located in SF

A fire truck stolen in Oxnard was located in San Francisco on Tuesday. (Courtesy Oxnard Fire Department via Twitter)

A fire truck stolen in Oxnard was located in San Francisco on Tuesday. (Courtesy Oxnard Fire Department via Twitter)

A fire utility truck taken Monday from a Southern California fire station was located in San Francisco’s Dogpatch neighborhood Tuesday afternoon, and investigators are now seeking the suspects who stole it.

The truck, which had been taken from an Oxnard Fire Department station, was located at around 4 p.m. in the 1700 block of Tennessee Street.

The truck was unoccupied when it was located and police have not made any arrests in the case.

Oxnard police said the truck, described as a red Ford F-350 truck with a stake bed and emergency lights, had been taken from the Oxnard Fire Department’s Fire Station #1 on South K Street in Oxnard.

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