NSW Fire and Rescue Wyong reports their station was broken into overnight, where some gear was taken, including but not limited to the following items:

🧯Yellow fire fighting helmets
🧯Bush fire jackets
🧯Fire fighting gloves
🧯ID cards
🧯Blue fire fighting shirts and trouser’s.
🧯White flash hoods (Similar to a balaclava)

Fire and Rescue says, “All of these items are clearly marked or branded with FRNSW logos and some of these will have firefighters names on them.

“We have had reports that a male was seen wearing some of the above mentioned items, walking around the Wyong area this morning.

“If you see this person, or any persons acting suspiciously around Wyong Fire Station, please call triple zero (000) or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, and provide any details or descriptions.

“Please be mindful that FRNSW do not door-knock or go around asking for monetary donations or discounts.”

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