Officials investigating more overnight vehicle break-ins at local fire stations

- Charlotte Fire Department Stations are not the only facilities facing vehicle break-ins.

According to the Huntersville Fire Department, thieves broke into four firefighters' personal vehicles at Station 1 overnight while its firefighters were responding to emergency calls.

Detectives with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department are asking for the public's help in finding suspects responsible for breaking into vehicle parked at local fire department stations in and around the Charlotte area.

On Saturday around 7:30 a.m., officers responded to CFD Station 5 in reference to two vehicle that had been broken into overnight. No items were stolen from the vehicles, according to CMPD.

Officers responded to CFD Station 18 the same morning in reference to two other vehicles that had been broken into overnight and various items were stolen.

On Monday, officers responded to CFD Station 13 in reference to three vehicles broken into and property stolen.

Early Friday morning, CFD Station 26 had five vehicle break-ins with property stolen and CFD Station 21 had three vehicle broken into. 

Mount Mourne Volunteer Fire Department in Mooresville experienced a break-in involving a vehicle at their station this week, as well. The Iredell County Sheriff's Department are investigating the incident, according to the fire chief.

These are ongoing, active investigations. CMPD Detectives and the CFD are asking anyone with information concerning these cases or the suspects to call Crime Stoppers at 704.334.1600.  

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