Officials at the Logan Co-Op Propane company notified police today that 200 propane tanks have been stolen.

James Donahue, owner of Logan Co-Op Propane, said he doesn’t know exactly when the tanks were stolen. He said it could have happened last night.

“We just found out about this,” Donahue said. “The gates were cut in a reserve section. We don’t go to that area very often.”

Lt. Brad Franke, of the Logan City Police Department said authorities are worried about the missing tanks.

“These propane tanks could be sold for a fair amount of money, but we are worried that they might be used as some kind of a tool to hurt other people,” Franke said.

Franke said if anyone has any information to call the police department immediately.