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On Wednesday, the Sonoma County Sheriff office announced it was investigating reports from fake firefighters in the area affected by the massive Kincade fire that destroyed 76,825 acres of land last week.

Shocking messages have emerged from people posing as firefighters and guards in wildly devastated areas of California to plunder evacuated homes and businesses.

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On Wednesday, the Sonoma County Sheriff & # 39; s Office announced that they are investigating reports from fake firefighters in the area affected by the huge Kincade fire that devastated 76,825 acres of land last week.

& # 39; We did receive a report yesterday from possible fake firefighters who wanted to do some looting, & # 39; said Sgt. Shawn Murphy said Wednesday.

According to. However, no suspects have been identified ABC.

So far there have been three reports of looting, but no arrests have been made.

On Wednesday, the Sonoma County Sheriff office announced it was investigating reports from fake firefighters in the area affected by the massive Kincade fire that destroyed 76,825 acres of land last week.

On Wednesday, the Sonoma County Sheriff office announced that they are investigating reports from fake firefighters in the area affected by the massive Kincade fire that devastated 76,825 acres of land last week.

& # 39; We did receive a report yesterday from possible fake firefighters who wanted to do some looting, & # 39; said Sgt. Shawn Murphy said Wednesday to a group of firefighters. & # 39; Check their details. Let's get them out of there. & # 39;
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& # 39; We did receive a report yesterday from possible fake firefighters who wanted to do some looting, & # 39; said Sgt. Shawn Murphy said Wednesday to a group of firefighters. & # 39; Check their details. Let's get them out of there. & # 39;

& # 39; We did receive a report yesterday from possible fake firefighters who wanted to do some looting, & # 39; said Sgt. Shawn Murphy said Wednesday to a group of firefighters. & # 39; Check their details. Let's get them out of there. & # 39;

The Sonoma County Sheriff office has announced that they are investigating reports from fake firefighters in the Kincade Fire area in Northern California on Wednesday.

The Sonoma County Sheriff office has announced that they are investigating reports from fake firefighters in the Kincade Fire area in Northern California on Wednesday.

The Sheroma & # 39; s Office of Sonoma County has announced that they are investigating reports from fake firefighters in the Kincade Fire area in Northern California on Wednesday.

In light of criminal activity, the sheriff's office has added 300 patrol delegates to areas where residents have evacuation orders.

& # 39; You don't want that, you don't want some idiots to ruin your excellent reputation, so if you see them, report them to us. Check their details. Let's get them out of there, & # 39; Sgt. Shawn Murphy said in a briefing to fellow firefighters.

The reports of the fake looting plan for firefighters have caused indignation among the local population, many of whom are hiding in nearby evacuation centers while real officers tackle the fire.

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In some emergency situations, some crooks have acted as guards to gain access to evacuated areas.

"We are here to support the community and do our best to fight the fire around here," said Capt. Kevin Correira from the Quincy Fire Department Fox.

& # 39; They benefit from knowing that first responders, police, are so busy. It's very discouraging, said Santa Rosa resident Jennie Cormie, who is staying in a local asylum.

& # 39; They benefit from knowing that first responders, police, are so busy. It's very discouraging, said Santa Rosa resident Jennie Cormie, who is staying in a local asylum.

& # 39; They benefit from knowing that first responders, police, are so busy. It is very daunting, "said Santa Rosa resident Jennie Cormie, who is staying in a local asylum.

& # 39; That's the most terrible thing I've ever heard, & # 39; said Shaun Brewer, resident of Healdsburg. & # 39; Anyone who pretends that it is just total fraud & # 39;

& # 39; That's the most terrible thing I've ever heard, & # 39; said Shaun Brewer, resident of Healdsburg. & # 39; Anyone who pretends that it is just total fraud & # 39;

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& # 39; That's the worst thing I've ever heard, & # 39; said Shaun Brewer, resident of Healdsburg. & # 39; Anyone who pretends that it is just total fraud & # 39;

Prisoners hunters fight Tuesday against the Kincade Fire near Healdsburg, California

Prisoners hunters fight Tuesday against the Kincade Fire near Healdsburg, California

Prisoners hunters fight Tuesday against the Kincade Fire near Healdsburg, California

While Southern California is raging from a wave of nearby forest fires, a huge hell called Kincade Fire is raging in Northern California in Sonoma County, in the heart of the wine country. The eruption, which fueled October 23, has destroyed 76,825 hectares of land and is only 60% from Thursday morning

While Southern California is raging from a wave of nearby forest fires, a huge hell called Kincade Fire is raging in Northern California in Sonoma County, in the heart of the wine country. The eruption, which fueled October 23, has destroyed 76,825 hectares of land and is only 60% from Thursday morning

While Southern California is raging from a wave of nearby forest fires, a huge hell called Kincade Fire is raging in Northern California in Sonoma County, in the heart of the wine country. The eruption, which fueled October 23, has destroyed 76,825 hectares of land and is only 60% from Thursday morning

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& # 39; They benefit from knowing that first responders, police, are so busy. It is very daunting, "said Santa Rosa resident Jennie Cormie, who is staying in a local asylum.

& # 39; With all the chaos, it is your natural response to do what he tells you to do, & # 39; said Rich McCaulay, a resident of Healdsburg, hoping that he would be approached by a fake fireman.

& # 39; That's the worst thing I've ever heard, & # 39; said Shaun Brewer, resident of Healdsburg. & # 39; Anyone who pretends that it is just total fraud. & # 39;

The Kincade Fire led to October 23 and has destroyed 76,825 hectares of land.

So far, the flames have destroyed 282 structures and the fire is only 60% enclosed, Cal Fire announced on Thursday morning.

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It is speculated that it was caused by a broken starter cable on a Pacific Gas and Electric Co. electricity transmission tower.

This image shows the scope of the Kincade natural fire near Sonoma, California image shows the scope of the Kincade natural fire near Sonoma, California

This image shows the scope of the Kincade natural fire near Sonoma, California image shows the scope of the Kincade natural fire near Sonoma, California

This shortwave infrared image shows the scope of the Kincade natural fire near Sonoma, California. SWIR images are useful for authorities to control forest fires and penetrate smoke from the room to easily detect active fire lines and burnt vegetation. Healthy vegetation appears in shades of blue, while burnt areas appear orange and rust-colored. Active fires glow red and orange

This satellite image shows the Kincade Wildfire from space. As of Thursday Morning Cal Fire says the Kincade fire covers 76,825 hectares and is 60% contained and has destroyed 282 structures

This satellite image shows the Kincade Wildfire from space. As of Thursday Morning Cal Fire says the Kincade fire covers 76,825 hectares and is 60% contained and has destroyed 282 structures

This satellite image shows the Kincade Wildfire from space. As of Thursday Morning Cal Fire says the Kincade fire covers 76,825 hectares and is 60% contained and has destroyed 282 structures

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