MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - Investigators are searching for information after vehicles at three Memphis fire stations were targeted by vandals overnight.
According to the Memphis Police Department, firefighters' vehicles at stations 22, 29 and 57 were broken into.
Earlier this month, the city council advanced a measure to provide more money for security cameras after several Memphis fire stations experienced car break-ins.
The Memphis Fire Fighters Association plans to put $5,000 toward the arrests of the suspects.
MFD Director Gina Sweat released a statement Tuesday afternoon, saying, “It is utterly unconscionable and terribly disheartening that members of the MFD continue to be preyed on by criminals vandalizing and breaking in to their personal vehicles while they are on duty protecting the citizens of Memphis.”
Anyone with information on the break-ins should call Crime Stoppers at (901) 528-CASH.