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Pickup, 4-wheeler stolen from Long John Silver's parking lot

Major Terry Flatt is investigating the theft
The Columbia Police Department is investigating the theft of a vehicle and 4-wheeler which was stolen some time Saturday night after 10:00 p.m., from the Long John Silver's parking lot on Jamestown Street in Columbia, KY.

The vehicle is a 2002 red Dodge pickup, with a short wheelbase and clear tail lights. The license number is 732-AWX.

The four-wheeler was on the back of the pickup and is a green Kawasaki Prairie 360.

Anyone have information about this theft is urged to call the Columbia Police Department.

Major Terry Flatt is investigating the case.
Story information courtesy Chief Mark D. Harris, Columbia City Police, City Hall, Campbellsville ST, Columbia, KY 42728. Telephone 270-384-4119.

This story was posted on 2006-05-01 14:57:36
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