HEMPFIELD TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — The West Point Volunteer Fire Department in Hempfield Township is looking for those responsible for breaking in to their garage.

The department shared pictures of the break-in on Facebook.

READ MORE: COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: State Health Department Reports 174 New Coronavirus Cases

(Photo Credit: KDKA)

They say they believe three boys broke a window to enter the building on Saturday.

The VFD reported a lot of damage, but say nothing was stolen.

READ MORE: Allegheny County Public Works Requests Input On Roberto Clemente Bridge Project

They also say the garage is where they keep their antique fire engine. Thankfully, no damage was done to it.


The department filed a police report and say they won’t press charges if the suspects turn themselves in.

MORE NEWS: Jury Finds Sheldon Jeter Guilty In Fatal Shooting Of His Friend, Tyric Pugh

However, they do want the boys to pay for the damages and to help clean up the mess.