These trailers have been stolen. Authorities believe their route of travel may have brought them to Colorado. Have you seen them? If so, you might be eligible for a reward.

Look at that white trailer. Seriously, I've lived in houses smaller than that thing. This isn't exactly something that is going to go unnoticed. Have you seen it? How could a person not see it? Smart money says you can see that thing from outer space with the naked eye.

According to a Facebook post from the Mesa County  Sheriff's Office, the San Juan County Sheriff's office in Utah is offering a $1000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those involved in the theft of trailers and tools taken from the Spanish Valley area of San Juan County. The trailers were taken between the dates of August 17th and September 14th.

What does this have to do with Colorado? Authorities believe the trailers may have been on State Road 46 through La Sal into Colorado. The suspect vehicle is described as:

  • Older model Ford F350 one ton dually pickup
  • Regular bed
  • Fenders
  • Dark in color.

We're not talking about sticking a candy bar down your pants and walking out of the convenience store. These are both major thefts. Have you noticed that a neighbor suddenly has two very nice trailers in their yard where there weren't any before?

If you recognize either of these trailers or have any information as to their whereabouts, please contact the San Juan County Sheriff's Office at 435-587-2237, and cite case numbers 2008-0152, 2009-0045, and 2009-0120.

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