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Get a first look at the next Chicago Fire crossover with Chicago P.D.

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Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D. are pairing up again on NBC, and EW has the first look!

In this exclusive clip from Wednesday night’s crossover event, Sgt. Hank Voight (Jason Beghe) — along with Detectives Halstead and Upton (Jesse Lee Soffer, Tracy Spiridakos) — pay a visit to Firehouse 51 to inform the team about several break-ins that have happened across the city. And they come with a dire suspicion: Voight believes a firefighter has been stealing keys from lockboxes to commit the crimes.

Voight’s plan of attack? He wants to embed a firefighter from Firehouse 51 into Engine 66 to find out if he’s right.

The crossover begins on Chicago Fire at 9 p.m. ET and continues on Chicago P.D. at 10 p.m. ET. The two dramas from the auspices of Dick Wolf airs Wednesdays on NBC.

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