Target is recalling 143,000 Circo night lights because the battery can overheat, melt the night light, and cause a fire.

In addition to being battery-operated, the nightlights also came with an AC adapter.

Two people have reported that their nightlights overheated, one of which caused a fire and melted the customer’s wall, wall plug, and a nearby dresser. No injuries have been reported to date.

The recalled nightlights include various objects and animals including a blue bird, pink hedgehog, green shark, orange dino egg, yellow rocket, and a white soccer ball.

They were sold at Target stores and from October 2014 through May 2015 for approximately $15.

Model numbers can be found on the night light’s bottom side.

The recalled Circo night lights from Target include the following:

Name Model Number Color Size
Hedgehog 060-02-1397 Pink 3.5″(h)x 5.5″(w)
Bird 060-02-1398 Blue 4.0″(h)x6.5″(w)
Rocket 060-02-1399 Yellow 6.0″(h)x4.75″(w)
Dino Egg 060-02-1400 Orange 6.0″(h)x4.75″(w)
Soccer Ball 060-02-1401 White 5.0″(h)x5.25″(w)
Shark 060-02-1402 Green 3.5″(h)x6.9″(w)

Consumers are advised to stop using the nightlights immediately and unplug them.

Owners of the recalled night lights can return them to any Target store and receive a full refund.

To contact Target’s customer service concerning recalled Circo night lights, call 800-440-0680 from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. CT Monday through Friday or go online at Scroll to the Help section at the bottom of the homepage and follow the Product Recalls link. Target also has a Recall Tab on its Facebook page.