Owner offers $5K reward for return of 3 stolen work trucks

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Police are looking for three stolen work trucks.
Police are looking for three stolen work trucks.

MANCHESTER, NH – Detective Paul Fraitzl of the Manchester Police Special Enforcement Division is seeking public assistance while investigating the theft of three heavy duty work trucks over the past two days.

Two 1-ton, flat bed style pickup trucks are owned by Morin Landscaping. The vehicles were taken from a satellite storage location at Oakbrook Condominiums, 18 Northbrook Dr., off of Front Street on the city’s West Side on Monday December 1, 2014. The owner believes the two trucks were taken around 1:30 p.m.

A third truck was taken from the same storage location on Tuesday December 2, between 1 a.m.. and 6 a.m. The three trucks are described as GMC Sierra 3500 regular cab, flat body bed with dual rear tires. The pickup trucks are green and all have a distinctive white roof and a Morin’s Landscaping logo on the doors.

Two of the 2010 GMC SIERRA 3500 trucks have a stainless steel V-style plow attached to the front end and bear the company numbers of 47 and 57 respectively. The 2008 GMC SIERRA 3500 has a yellow Fischer XLS plow attached to the front end with the company identification number 19 affixed to the cab of the truck.

The investigation is ongoing between the Manchester Police Auto Theft Unit and the Area 9 Office of the National Insurance Crime Bureau. Each truck is valued at approximately $50,000, totaling over $150,000.

Anyone with information can contact Detective Fraitzl at 603-792-5566. If your crime tip leads to the successful identification and apprehension of a suspect, then you may be eligible for a cash reward through the Manchester Police Crimeline. You can leave your anonymous tip at 624-4040.

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