Compressor stolen from fire station work site
SUNCREST, Wash. — Thieves broke into the work site of the new Stevens County fire station in Suncrest and stole an 80-gallon air compressor Sunday night.
Investigators say the thief or thieves used a grinder or torch to cut into a storage unit to reach the compressor.
Officials say the Eagle 7.5 horsepower, 24.6 CFM, 80-gallon compressor was still shrink wrapped and on a pallet.
Investigators believe the thieves drove across a field along Highway 291 and may have also damaged the undercarriage of their truck.
Nothing else on site is missing. T
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Stevens County Sheriff’s office or Stevens County Fire District 1. .
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