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Thief Steals Truck From Central Kentucky Truck And Trailer

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MADISON COUNTY, Ky (LEX 18) A small business in Madison County is pleading for help from the community after a burglar caused thousands of dollars worth of damage and stole a truck.

The manager of Central Kentucky Truck and Trailer said that the thief caused all of the damage in about 10 minutes. 

"He cut several pieces of fencing," said manager Adam Turner. "All of our Ford trucks, he popped the ignitions on, which is quite a few. The biggest thing was the truck that he stole was, you know, valued over $35,000."

Surveillance video from the early morning hours of November 21st shows the thief walking around the lot with bolt cutters and eventually pulling away in the 2013 Ford F-150. 

Turner said that the thief had very specific taste, only messing with the Ford vehicles.

"I think that's kind of like what may help catch the guy is that someone is selling that many Ford diesel parts and he probably doesn't have a shop," he said. 

The business has a lot of trucks, but as a small business, losing even one hurts.

"It doesn't look like insurance is going to cover it and that's the biggest thing for us, being a small business to lose over $35,000 in a matter of 10 minutes, that's hard to swallow," said Turner.

Central Kentucky Truck and Trailer s offering a $5,000 cash reward for any information that leads them to the truck and the thief. Turner said that they are dealing with this almost a year to the date after someone stole a truck from them in 2016. 

If you have any information, you're asked to call Central Kentucky Truck and Trailer at (859) 623-0444 or you can call KSP. 

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