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State Police suspect at least three people are involved in stealing a truck and several new ATVs and an enclosed trailer, worth over $70,000 total, from Jackson Township over the weekend.
According to the report, the first item stolen was a white 2005 Ford F250, bearing PA Registration YSB4505. It was stolen from an address on Tulpehocken Road in Jackson Township over Saturday night, Feb. 10 into the early hours of Sunday, Feb. 11.
Those involved proceeded to take the stolen truck to a local ATV business, Off Road Motorsports at 660 E Lincoln Ave. (SR 422), also in Jackson township., at approximately 1:55 a.m. on Sunday.
Police said the suspects broke in to the business and loaded three side-by-side off road utility vehicles in to a white 35-foot enclosed trailer, bearing PA Registration XJP2811, that also belonged to the business.
The trailer was attached to the stolen truck with the stolen side-by-sides inside. The truck and the trailer then fled East on 422 towards Berks County.
Three people were observed on the surveillance footage, all wearing dark clothing and masks.
Here are more detailed descriptions of what was taken:
- An orange colored 2014 Polaris RZR two seater, bearing VIN# 4XAST1EA9EF361133
- A black and red colored 2017 Polaris RZR four seater, bearing VIN# 3NSVCE873HH009495,
- A yellow colored 2013 Can-Am Commander two seater, bearing VIN# 3BJKKCP18DJ000659.
The estimated value of the stolen side by sides and trailer is $55,000. The estimated value of the stolen F250 is $14,000.
The owner of Off Road Motorsports is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the return of the vehicles stolen from his business, and the arrest and prosecution of those involved.
Anyone with any information is asked to contact PSP Jonestown, 717-865-2194, and reference incident number PA2018-143480.
Tips also may be submitted to PA Crime Stoppers, 800-472-8477. Tips leading to arrests also could be eligible for rewards through the program.
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