Tulsa Police Search For A Pair Of Trailer Thieves

Friday, September 28th 2012, 11:17 am
By: Dee Duren

Tulsa Police are looking for suspects who stole a trailer from the Secure Care storage facility at 1424 South Sheridan this week.

The trailer's contents include a $20,000 custom ATV and a pair of jump boots belonging to a U.S. soldier.

Police say there were two vehicles involved in the theft at about 7 p.m. on Monday, September 24, 2012. Surveillance video shows a red Ford Mustang holding an automatic gate open while a red truck exited the facility towing the stolen black trailer.

Surveillance photos show two white males behind the wheels of the two suspect vehicles.

"We're hoping someone will recognize the truck, it being a stepside," said Public Information Officer Jill Robertson with the Tulsa Police Department.

"This truck may be a suspect in another theft our trailer theft task force is working," Robertson said. A task force from the Riverside Division investigates trailer and heavy equipment theft as the two are often connected, she said.

The trailer is a 16-by-8 feet enclosed Haulmark trailer with a diamond plate on the front. It has West Virginia tag number 22-519.

Tulsa Police say the custom motocross ATV is a blue Yamaha with "Greg's ATV & Cycle" stickers. There is also riding gear and a soldier's jump boots inside.