They protect and serve their community, and now they've been taken advantage of. Pasco firefighters came back to the station after working a 48-hour shift to find their personal cars & vehicles had been broken into. Between $200-$400 worth of personal items were taken. Chief Ed Dunbar says some of the firefighters admitted their cars were left unlocked. Chief Dunbar says at least 2 of the 5 personal vehicles parked at the station were broken into.