National Guard is still missing a Humvee in northern California

Just ahead of the 4th of July, someone stole a Humvee from a National Guard armory in Santa Rosa, Calif. If you see it, or know where it is, the California National Guard would like it back. 

The Humvee was stolen from the Santa Rosa National Guard Armory just after 10 p.m. on Monday, July 3. The Humvee has been missing since, with California Highway Patrol unable to find it over the 4th of July week. The keys were left in the vehicle, leaving it easy for whoever took it to quickly get away.

Per local news outlet ABC 7, California Highway Patrol says there is evidence the thief climbed into the area over a fence — using tarp to get over the defensive wire — before using the Humvee to crash through a gate on the way out. 

“We started getting reports of a reckless driver, a speeding driver and, of course, of a Humvee,” officer Marcus Hawkins with CHP told ABC 7. 

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CHP said that there are no weapons or ammunition onboard the stolen vehicle. Hawkins…

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