Students in Henderson, Colorado attending Prairie View High School spent hours designing and building a welding trailer for their shop class.

The shop teacher, Zac Stamp said he came home from work on Thursday and noticed his truck was missing. As he phoned police he also noticed the trailer was gone.

Stamp says he had another trailer hooked up to his truck but that was unhooked and the welding trailer was attached and both disappeared. The truck was found in Aurora, but not the welding trailer.

The trailer, as well as the equipment inside it,  has an approximate value of $10,000. The students had built and designed the trailer from scratch and had been using it to do small welding jobs around town.

The trailer is emblazoned with "BHS" as well as a bulldog and thunder hawk on the side of it.

If you should happen to see this trailer, contact authorities.

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