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Huntington PD seeks help in the search for stolen trailer

(Credit: Huntington Police Department) (Credit: Huntington Police Department)
(Credit: Huntington Police Department) (Credit: Huntington Police Department)
(Credit: Huntington Police Department) (Credit: Huntington Police Department)
HUNTINGTON, TX (KTRE) -

The Huntington Police Department is seeking the public’s help locating a stolen 16 ft low boy trailer. The trailer was stolen from the New Way parking lot around 4:50 p.m on 5/19/16. After reviewing the security videos, it was determined that two vehicles were involved in theft. The security video showed an early 90' s model white flatbed Dodge with a headace rack parked in back right hand side parking lot with a 20 ft flatbed trailer attached to it. The trailer that was stolen was on the left hand side of the back parking lot, and the video showed a 90' s model four door Maroon or black GMC /Chevy SUV pull in the parking lot and back up to the trailer. The white Dodge then pulled up in front of the maroon SUV and stopped. We were unable to see any of the drivers as the cameras view was blocked by a Log truck that was fueling up. The camera was able to capture both leaving the parking lot together and head south. If you have any information of where we may be able to locate these please contact the Huntington Police Department.

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