Trailer Stolen From Everett Firefighters Association

July 28, 2022

Everett Fire

The Everett Firefighters Association is asking for the public to keep an eye out for a custom trailer stolen from their meeting hall on Hewitt Avenue. Here’s what we know.

The trailer has faded red paint and two large loading ramps on the back.

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BOLO & ATL Signed Stolen Trailer –
1991 20ft Garland utility trailer
WA/L: 3184VA belonging to Everett Fire Association. Trailer has faded red paint, with gold leaf pinstripe painting along the sides.
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The Everett Fire Association discovered their custom built faded red 1991 20foot Garland Flatbed trailer WA/L: 3184VAthat was built to haul the antique steamer engine displayed in front of Fire Station 4, was stolen last Friday night just after 11pm from the 2400 block of Hewitt. Members are working with Everett Police Department to report it stolen. If you know the whereabouts of this trailer, please do not confront anyone, call 911 and reference call for service number 220728-1358.
The individuals in these photos are not involved in the theft, they are EFD family members.
Photos: Everett Fire Association.



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