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Fuel stolen from 4 Texas school districts

Posted on July 24, 2013

Surveillance cameras have captured the fuel theft suspect vehicle as a gold Ford extended cab pickup pulling a trailer loaded with six tanks.
Surveillance cameras have captured the fuel theft suspect vehicle as a gold Ford extended cab pickup pulling a trailer loaded with six tanks.
NACOGDOCHES, Texas — Police here are investigating a string of thefts that has hit fleet fueling stations at at least four school transportation departments in the area.

Authorities said that thieves have stolen diesel and gasoline — several hundred gallons at a time — from the Garrison, Martinsville, Chireno and Nacogdoches independent school districts.

Video surveillance cameras have captured the suspect vehicle as a gold Ford extended cab pickup pulling a three-axle trailer. The trailer is loaded with six square poly tanks.

Nacogdoches Crime Stoppers said that anyone who has information on the identity of the suspects or has seen a truck and trailer of this type can submit a tip at www.ncstips.com.


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