Have You Seen These Three Trucks That Were Stolen In Mesa County?
Three white trucks were stolen recently stolen in Mesa County and authorities are hoping the public can help them locate the suspects.
The stolen trucks are the featured crime this week by Crime Stoppers of Mesa County and some exposure to the public could help law enforcement solve this crime.
Here's What We Know
Three trucks were taken from residential areas in Mesa County between Tuesday, October 19, and Saturday, October 23. All three trucks have two things in common. They are all white, and they are all Chevys. The descriptions below are taken from the Mesa County Sheriff's Office.
The most recognizable truck in the bunch would be this 2007 Chevy Silverado. You can see the "Rick's Pistol Training LLC" label in the back window along with a large toolbox.
White Trucks Matter
This is a 2010 Chevy Dually with the words "White Trucks Matter" across the front windshield. Someone posted on Facebook that this might actually be a 2005 model.
Mural of Geese
The third missing truck is a 2006 Chevy Dually flatbed with "Mural of Geese" on the back window.
Have You Seen These Trucks?
If you think you have seen one of these vehicles around town recently or if you know anything about the crime that could help authorities locate the suspects, contact Crime Stoppers at www.241stop.com. You can call Crime Stoppers directly at 970-241-7867 or use the P3Tips App on your mobile device. If the information you provide leads to an arrest, it could earn you a cash reward of up to $1,000 - and you always have the option to remain completely anonymous.