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CHICAGO (WLS) -- An FBI agent had his car stolen early Monday on Chicago's Near West Side, the FBI said. The theft happened at a gas station near Morgan Street and Jackson Boulevard at about 1 a.m., Chicago police said. Police said a 32-year-old man left his white Chevy Equinox running at the gas station when a male suspect entered the car and took off. The FBI confirmed that the vehicle belonged to an agent and had several firearms inside as well as tactical gear and a ballistic vest. The vehicle was last seen heading east on Van Buren Street. A spokesperson for the FBI said the agency is working closely with Chicago police and anyone with information on its whereabouts should contact the FBI or Chicago police.