Middletown police are investigating multiple reports of Jeeps being stolen and burned around the city.
Six burned-out Jeeps were found on Wednesday morning in the area around Cedar Lane and Reservoir Road.
The vehicles, which were all stolen, were dumped in the woods near two reservoirs and then set on fire, according to the Middletown Police Department.
It was unknown if all of the vehicles were stolen overnight, or if they were all dumped there over an extended period of time.
Tuesday, Porter wanted to see for herself what happened to her boyfriend's Jeep. It was stolen from the parking lot behind The Wilcox apartment building on South Main Street sometime overnight.
She said police were called as soon they realized the Jeep was gone.
"They knew exactly what we were talking about," she said.
There were also environmental concerns after the Jeeps were burned because of the gas and other fluids that leaked.
Crews from the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection spent the day cleaning up the site.
Channel 3's Susan Raff asked Porter what she would say to the person or people responsible if they're caught, and she said, "I don't know. I guess, why? Why would they do something like that?"
Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call police.
To check out pictures of the vehicles as they were being brought out of the woods, click here.
Tune in to Channel 3 Eyewitness News starting at 5 for a complete report from Susan Raff.
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