CHEVERLY, Md. (AP) — An ambulance stolen from a hospital in Washington’s Maryland suburbs has been recovered outside a convenience store.

Local news outlets report a Prince George’s County fire department transport unit with no patients inside was stolen on Tuesday from a hospital in Cheverly, and tracked to a 7-Eleven store 2 miles (3 kilometers) away. Fire department spokesman Mark E. Brady says a suspect had been taken into custody, but further details were not released.

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This is the second reported time in less than two months that an ambulance has been stolen from Prince George’s Hospital Center.

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Local news outlets noted that Tuesday, July 11, was the convenience store chain’s designated “7-Eleven Day,” when free slurpees are offered, but no information has been released that ties the theft to a particular motive.

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