Combat Humvee vanishes from National Guard facility in Los Angeles; Reward of $10k offered for information

1 month ago

Los Angeles news, California news.

Federal authorities in Los Angeles, California are desperately looking for an armored military Humvee that has been stolen from a National Guard facility Friday morning.

FBI spokeswoman Laura Eimiller specified that the vehicle was stationed at the facility’s armory in Bell and disappeared at around 8:15 a.m.

It is considered a combat vehicle and is worth $120,000, the spokeswoman added.

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  • The Humvee is green, four-door, with a visible battalion number 40TH BSB, and registration number NZ311R.

    A reward of up to $10,000 is offered for information leading to finding the stolen Humvee.

    The investigation is underway by the FBI’s Major Theft Task Force, Bell Police, California Highway Patrol, and Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

    People are urged to call the FBI at 310-477-6565 to provide information regarding the vehicle.