Police look for stolen U-Haul trucks near D.C.
ROSSLYN, Va. (KGO) -- As the nation continues to be vigilant following several terror warnings, police in Washington, D.C. chased down two stolen U-Haul vans Saturday evening.
According to ABC affiliate WJLA-TV, the two vans were stolen from two diferent locations in Prince George's County, Virginia.
Police told WJLA the two U-Haul trucks contain Arizona license plates: AE10807 and AE15192. One van was recovered shortly after 10:00 p.m. Eastern Time, according to the station, and police were actively looking for the driver of that van.
Police are not treating the incident as terror-related, but a police source told the station "It just feels like something is going to happen."
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