Police investigate theft of TFS utes

Picture of same model vehicle, but not actual stolen vehicle itself.
Picture of same model vehicle, but not actual stolen vehicle itself.

Two Tasmania Fire Service vehicles have been reported stolen from Cambridge.

The offenders forced entry to a compound at the facility and took two flat tray utility vehicles.

The theft was reported to police on Friday and they are investigating.

The two vehicles are described as:

1. A red/white 1993 Toyota Landcruiser 4WD flat tray registration TFS248, with no TFS stickers or markings, but fitted with a water pump.

Picture of same model vehicle, but not actual stolen vehicle itself.

Picture of same model vehicle, but not actual stolen vehicle itself.

2. A red/white 1996 Toyota Landcruiser 4WD flat tray registration TFS286, with full TFS markings, emergency lights and a water pump.

Neither vehicle was in operational service at the time.

Police said they were keen to hear from anyone who may have seen either of the vehicles recently, or has any information that might assist.

Information can be provided by calling Crime Stoppers by phone on 1800 333 000, or online at crimestopperstas.com.au.