Ponca City Police looking for trailer thieves

Ponca City Now - February 7, 2014 8:51 am

Ponca City Police are investigating thefts of three bumper pull Top Hat brand trailers taken at the end of January. These thefts may or may not be related.

On Thursday January 30, the owner of Kawasaki of Ponca City located at 2000 North Union reported a black Top Hat brand 18’ trailer stolen. The trailer has tandem axles and a diamond plate floor, aluminum bumpers and a spare tire mounted on the left side. Surveillance video captured a black or dark blue late model GMC or Chevrolet 4 door pickup, short bed model, with a sunroof at 6:19pm entering the Kawasaki lot from the north. This is believed to be the suspect’s vehicle.

The next morning Friday January 31, Police responded to a call of a second Top Hat brand trailer missing from a business in the 1100 block of North Waverly. This trailer was a 20’ black implement trailer that had fold up ramps attached to the rear of the trailer.

Later the same morning, Friday January 31, Police responded to the 400 block of South Second Street where the third Top Hat trailer was missing from. The owner of the trailer told Police that he secured his 6’ by 12’ black dump-style trailer the prior evening. The trailer had white wheels and had an extension made of 2” by 12” boards around the top. The black dump trailer had a multi colored tarp over the load of brown and white asphalt shingles on it when it was taken.

Anyone wishing to send an anonymous tip online regarding the location of any of these stolen trailers or identify who may be responsible for the thefts or any other crime, can access the link at www.poncacityok.gov . Click on the Crime stoppers link on the home page, fill out the tip sheet, and send the information or you can text PCPD plus your message to CRIMES (274637) from your cell phone. If you want to contact us by email here is our address: [email protected] , if you want to phone in a tip, the number is (580)762-5100. As always, you will remain anonymous, and you may receive a reward of up to $1,000.

 

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