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Used Cars Stockton Ca – The Stockton Police Department is circulating a surveillance video about coarse burning, hoping someone can help identify the person who saw turning on a burning SUV. “We usually don’t have such problems in this environment,” neighbor Kim Kearney said.

Video surveillance from a house near 9200 Neville Way shows a man pouring flammable liquid into a car before lighting a fire. He then left the scene in a dark SUV. The incident occurred on Saturday, March 3. “We definitely need to find out who this man is and ask why he did what he did and put him in the prison where he is,” said Stockton Police Officer Joe Silva.

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No one was hurt.

Kearney has lived on the road for 40 years. He said his neighbor moved last year and this is not the first time someone has targeted his car.

“He has torn the tires together, several times,” he said. “The other car he used was driving, someone threw a Molotov cocktail, I was told, to the driver’s side and it really burned it.”

Police said the incident was part of their investigation. What the police needed to know as soon as possible was who was this brave man, who casually lit a car with a cigarette in his mouth in broad daylight.

“We have to get him out of the streets before he continues with this impudent activity,” Silva said.

The police department asks anyone with a call for information (209) 937-8377.


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