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Police seek help to ID mower thief
The Poth Police Department seeks information about a lawn mower theft June 28 from Ken’s Farm Parts on U.S. 181 in Poth. A male suspect used this Dodge pickup truck to remove a Kawasaki zero-turn mower from the premises at approximately 2:10 a.m. that day.
Wilson County NewsJuly 10, 2013 2,415 views 4 comments
The Poth Police Department invites assistance from the public to identify a suspect and recover stolen property.
The owner of Ken’s Farm Parts reported that a mower was missing from the premises; the business provided security video to assist in the investigation. According to the video footage, at approximately 2:10 a.m. Friday, June 28, a male suspect stole a Kawasaki zero-turn lawn mower from Ken’s Farm Parts on U.S. 181 in downtown Poth. The mower, a 15-horsepower model FR541V valued at $3,800, is red with a black seat, according to Lt. Troy Phillips of the Poth Police Department.
The male suspect was wearing shorts, tennis shoes, white socks, and a shirt with a stripe under each arm. He is possibly Caucasian, Phillips said. He used a light-colored Dodge quad-cab pickup truck to remove the lawn mower.
Anyone with information about this should contact the Poth Police Department at 830-484-0281 or Crime Stoppers of Wilson County at 830-393-INFO (4636) or http://www.wilsoncountycrimestoppers.com, where all tips remain anonymous.
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