Thieves have stolen $200,000 worth of rescue equipment from a closed fire station in San Bernardino California.
They broke into a secured conex box where the gear was being stored outside of the shut-down building at Mill Street and Arrowhead Avenue, San Bernardino Fire Department said Friday.
The pinched gear was "frontline technical rescue equipment", according to a tweet from the department. The station used to be used for rescue technology but closed due to budget cuts.
Officials said the lock was tamper-proof and someone would have to know what they were doing to get it open.
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It is unknown when the equipment was actually stolen. The theft was noticed today when crews were going to get the equipment to use during a training class Friday.