Company Offers Reward For Information On Stolen Truck
TULSA, Oklahoma - Tulsa Police are investigating after a truck was stolen from an East Tulsa Concrete Company. Now the Company is offering a $2,000 cash reward for anyone with information.
Ramcco Concrete Construction Manager Kyle Williams says they noticed the truck was missing on Monday morning when some employees tried to go out to a job site.
"There’s guys wanting to go to work this morning and that just threw their day off," said Williams.
That’s when they looked at surveillance video and saw the truck was stolen between 5 and 6 on Sunday night.
"You can actually see them in the video driving up and down sixth street a couple times then pull into our parking lot in the front," said Williams.
Williams says there wasn't a camera on the building's west side, but employees found a large hole in the fence where it appears the suspect cut his way in.
Another camera shows him come around behind the building and hop into one of their trucks.
"Before they could drive it out of our yard, they actually cut our gate too so they kind of cut their way in and cut their way out," said Williams.
Surveillance video then shows the man running across the parking lot to tell his getaway driver to follow him out. Williams says the truck was filled with tools, some of which were employee's personal tools and others that were brand new.
“We had a generator, a plate compactor, some tools, all pretty expensive stuff in there,” said Williams.
In total, Williams thinks the loss was more than 40 thousand dollars for the company.
“We aren’t a very small company but it’s still a very big hit to us," said Williams.
So, in return for information about their stolen truck, they are offering a cash reward to anyone who can help get it back.
"You can remain anonymous. we don’t care. we just want our stuff back," said Williams.
Williams says the company plans to add more security cameras, more lighting and also install a new gate system. If you have any information that could help Tulsa Police solve this case, call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS.