Stolen Pa. fire dept. ambulance found

Fire company officials said a man stole the ambulance that was parked in front of the fire station


By FireRescue1 Staff

DELAWARE COUNTY, Pa. — A fire company ambulance was recovered over the weekend after being stolen Friday. 

Officials said the Woodlyn Volunteer Fire Company ambulance was found in a business park Saturday; no equipment was stolen and there was no damage. 

Woodlyn Fire Chief Michael Poltrock said he believes the vehicle was taken for a joy ride. 

Although the vehicle was found, police are searching for a man who stole the ambulance, which was parked in front of the fire department, reported The Inquirer.

The fire company described the man as African-American, average height, heavy set and was last seen wearing a reflective jacket, light-colored pants, a dark hat and a backpack. 

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