Another vehicle was found by Maverick County Sheriff Deputies engulfed in flames.
Maverick County Sheriff Tom Schmerber reported over the weekend that Sheriff Deputies responded to a service call in an area along Wipff Rd. regarding a possible brush fire on Saturday, July 21 at approximately 3:00 am.
Upon arrival to the scene in the Chula Vista Sector, deputies encountered a vehicle fully engulfed in flames.
The vehicle a white Ford F-350 truck was parked in close proximity to a canal next to the roadway.
Fire Department personnel had responded to the emergency call and proceeded to extinguish the blaze.
No one was found at the scene and an investigation into the incident is currently being conducted to determine what happened and who the owner of the vehicle might be and if it was stolen.
A few months ago the Sheriff Deputies responded to an area in Seco Mines next to the railroad tracks where a Sport Utility Vehicle was found also fully engulfed in flames.
Last year another vehicle was found in the Thompson Road area next to the canal also in flames. That vehicle was reported stolen minutes after it was found by the Sheriff Department on fire.