HOCO: Burglars broke into sheriff’s impound lot, authorities seeking help identifying vehicle

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HOUSTON COUNTY, Ala. (WDHN) — The Houston County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the communities help in tracking down stolen property.

According to the press release, from May 16-22, at least two white males are suspected to have broken into the sheriff’s office impound lot on Columiba Highway. May 21 is when the

Houston County Sheriff’s office launched an open investigation on May 21.

The following property was stolen:

  • A silver and black 2019 Anvil Double Axle Enclosed Trailer. (Photo Attached)
  • A green 2021 John Deere Zero Turn Mower, Model Z515E54A. (Photo Attached, Mower was inside of the Anvil Trailer)
  • A red and white (possibly painted yellow) 2009 Yamaha YZFR1 motorcycle
  • A MagnaFlow Catalytic Converter
  • A Pressure Washer

Video surveillance shows, what appears to be multiple locks being cut by the suspects, police say. Video also captured a small white single cab pickup truck enter the lot and moments later, the pickup truck left the lot towing the 2019 Anvil Trailer.

The pickup truck and trailer traveled eastbound on Columbia Highway before turning left onto Eastland Road.

Authorities are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying these suspects and the whereabouts of the property that was stolen. If you have any information that would further the investigation please call Houston County Sheriff’s Office at 334-677-4808.

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