FBI seeks public’s help finding military Humvee stolen from National Guard facility in Bell

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Authorities are asking for the public’s help finding an armored combat vehicle stolen from a National Guard facility in Bell on Friday.

A $120,000 militarized High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle — commonly known as a Humvee — was stolen at approximately 8:15 a.m. from the National Guard Armory, the FBI’s Los Angeles office said in a news release Saturday.

The agency announced that it is offering a reward up to $10,000 for information leading to the vehicle’s location.

The four-door military vehicle is colored in green camouflage and has a battalion number, 40TH BSB, printed on the vehicle. It also has the bumper number 40BSBHQ6 and its administrative number is WV57TO-HQ06/M1165A1. The registration number for the Humvee is NZ311R.

Theft from a military facility, or any government property, is a violation of federal law and carries a statutory maximum sentence of 10 years in federal prison.

Anyone with information about the vehicle or the person or group responsible for the theft is asked to call the FBI’s Los Angeles Field Office at 310-477-6565.

The FBI’s Major Theft Task Force in L.A. is actively investigating the case with assistance from the Bell Police Department, California Highway Patrol and L.A. County Sheriff’s Department.

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8 thoughts on “FBI seeks public’s help finding military Humvee stolen from National Guard facility in Bell

  1. well.. if you believe the story.. it is good to know that that can be done. I’ve had my eye on an armory here for several years.. also recall.. a few years back Bell CA is that town where the local “govt” paid themselves like 7 and 800k$ a year while the good townsfolk made about 37k a year.. if memory serves. I don’t research before I make comments. it makes the comment more true, real. ’cause obviously I don’t remember every little detail but I certainly remember BELL.. which also seems “coincidental” that these 2 big things happened in that 1 drinkwater town.. in the whole big huge state of California.. what are the odds.. jus sayin.

  2. The FIB ain’t looking for it
    Because they already know where it is equipment like that is GPS tracked

    Staged for their next False Flag

    Who did they set up

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