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KSP seeks identity of this man

2013-07-03 - Warriner Ridge Road, Russell Co., KY - Photo Surveillance Camera.
Kentucky State Police Post 15 is investigating a burglary that occurred between April 1 - June 30, 2013 in the area of Warriner Ridge Road and Lawless Cemetery Road of Russell County. A Tractor Supply brand 3-point auger, 2 performance tractor batteries, draw bar for a Massey 255 and chain link dog kennel were taken. Investigators are requesting assistance in identifying 3 white males ages 20-25 (one in photo above). If you have any information, please contact Post 15 at 1-800-222-5555 or 270-384-4796. You may also email any information by visiting Kentucky State Police Post or by text-a-tip by texting 67283. - TFC BILLY GREGORY

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