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McDonald County Sheriffs office asks for help in search for stolen property

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NEWS RELEASE FROM THE MCDONALD COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE

Stolen Trailer from between Anderson and Goodman sometime over the weekend.

Stolen trailer from 5223 State Highway 59 north of Anderson.

20 foot flat bed trailer was missing. It was black with angle iron rails on front and sides, with multi-colored wheels and treated wood bed. The driver's side fender is bent under (curled) quite bad from prior impact on the back side. At the time of the theft one of the tires on the tandem axle trailer was flat; video shows one white and one black wheel on the passenger side.

A review of video from the residence showed a dark blue (possible Chevrolet Trail Blazer) with blacked out or missing grill and also missing front bumper cover entering and leaving with the trailer. The vehicle can be seen coming into the drive from the south. A minute and a half later it is seen leaving and going back south towards the Anderson area. The vehicle appeared to be occupied by two white males, video was not clear enough to get good facial on either person.

The tag number on the trailer is 58C-3KK Missouri.

Attached is pictures captured from the video which also includes the trailer.

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