UPDATE: Man Steals Fairfax County (VA) Fire Truck, Gets Arrested

UPDATE: Officials say Cornell gave no legitimate reason for the theft, reports fox5dc.com.

They add that Engine 421 was found with no significant damage around 11:30 Monday morning in Page County in the Shenandoah Valley—almost an hour and a half away from where the apparatus was swiped, the report says.

ORIGINAL STORY: Spotsylvania County (VA) man Nolan Cornell has been charged with stealing a Fairfax County Fire & Rescue apparatus, reports wtop.com.

The apparatus was stolen Monday morning from a maintenance facility in Prince William County, the report says.

The apparatus was found soon thereafter about 70 miles away, and the 24-year-old was charged with grand larceny and felony destruction of property, police officials say.

His motive remains unclear, and there’s no word if there was any damage to the truck.

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