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February 27, 2014

Reward offered for assistance in burglary case

Cullman investigators are still searching for those involved in the theft of $33,000 worth of equipment from Basch Brothers Powersports located on Alabama Highway 157 in the early hours on January 26.

Cullman city investigator Marsha Norris said two vehicles, a blue pick-up truck and a tan Tahoe, were caught on security cameras entering and leaving the business between 6-7 a.m. on Sunday, January 26 at a fenced-in area entrance way. The blue truck left with a Polaris on an attached trailer and the SUV stole a utility trailer from the business and also loaded a Polaris into the back of it.

Norris said they are looking for assistance from the public to help identify the drivers of the vehicles or the potential vehicle owners and are offering a reward that leads to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for this theft. Investigators believe the truck left the business and headed in the direction of Blount County.

“The Tahoe is close to the year 2001-2002 according to experts and the truck is most likely a 1990-1995 Chevrolet with a tool box in the bed of the truck,” Norris said. “The Tahoe has a chrome vertical stripe on the right side near the front. The trailer has a ramp door in the rear, and aluminum fenders. Anyone who has seen a truck, Tahoe, Yukon, or trailer that looks like these, please call Cullman City Investigation.”

Contact Norris at Cullman police investigation at 256-734-2868, or 256-775-7170.

Lauren Estes can be reached at laurene@cullmantimes.com or 256-734-2131, ext. 137.

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