Man Accused of Stealing Dallas (TX) Ambulance Asked About Becoming a Firefighter

A man accused of stealing a Dallas Fire-Rescue ambulance earlier this month visited the fire station the day before and asked about becoming a firefighter, reports NBCDFW.

Feliz Lopez is facing second-degree felony charge of theft of property after being accused of stealing a $230,000 ambulance and leading multiple police agencies on an hour-long chase.

A firefighter who met him the day before said that Lopez was wearing a mask, gloves and had a wound on his forehead and made him feel “uncomfortable.”

Police said Lopez has a long criminal history with stolen vehicles.

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