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Unmarked Sheriff's Vehicle Equipped With Emergency Strobe Lights Stolen From Dealership

Police posted a picture of this Dodge Charger, which they say isn't the same car as the one that was stolen, but is similar in appearance. (Photo via Alhambra Police Department/Facebook)
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An unmarked L.A. County Sheriff's vehicle was stolen from an Alhambra car dealership on Sunday, reports the L.A. Times.

Surveillance camera caught footage of a lone male walking into the service area of Alhambra Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram at 1100 W. Main St., and driving away in a black 2016 Dodge Charger. The incident happened at about 5:30 a.m.

As the Alhambra Police Department noted in a Facebook posting, the vehicle has no exterior markings. Inside, it's equipped with emergency lights that include "covert red, blue and white strobe lights," as well as a Sheriff's Department radio. There were no weapons or other emergency equipment inside the car.

The Charger has four doors, chrome factory wheels, and a California license plate reading 7MRA998.

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Anyone with information is encouraged to call Det. J. Ng of the Alhambra Police Department at 626-570-5187.

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