Someone Stole A Humvee From An Ohio National Guard Armory
The Ohio National Guard discovered a military Humvee had been stolen from the Armory in Stow, Ohio, some time before...
The Ohio National Guard discovered a military Humvee had been stolen from the Armory in Stow, Ohio, some time before Wednesday afternoon.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol is asking the public to keep an eye out for the Humvee. It is black with three bumper stickers: 174 and 1-145 near the left tail light and HQ-51 near the right tail light.
According to reports, the vehicle was stolen from the Armory, 4630 Allen Road, after a thief cut through a chain-link fence and disabled the vehicle’s locking mechanism. They then drove the Humvee off the premises.
State patrol investigators have not identified any suspects or witnesses.
It was reported missing shortly before 3:30 p.m. Wednesday.
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