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Kalama officers search for suspects in fuel pump theft

Kalama officers search for suspects in fuel pump theft


Kalama police officers are looking for two suspects who allegedly stole a fuel pump hose at the Rebel Truck Stop on Old Pacific Highway on Sunday.

Kalama officers reported a hose, which was already detached from a fuel pump, was taken from the gas station around 8 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 21. Officers said there was no damage to the gas pump.

Police said the suspects were in a red Honda van with a gold bumper. Replacing the hose and handle will cost the station an estimated $350, said officers.

Employees said one suspect might be a white male who frequents the business, and who may have previously been associated with a gold passenger car, like an Oldsmobile, according to police.

To provide information about the case, contact Eric Johnson at or 360-673-2165 with reference number K21-49.


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