Maine State Police Investigating Theft Of Truck In Windsor
Here in Central Maine, we are lucky to only rare have the theft of a vehicle. Yes, people often have things stolen from their vehicles, but those thefts are usually because someone left their vehicle unlocked. Tools, a pack of smokes, change, a smartphone, etc. But, you hardly ever hear about a vehicle getting taken.
Despite how safe our communities are, sometimes vehicles do get stolen.
According to WCSH 6, the Maine State Police are currently investigating the theft of a pickup truck from South Belfast Avenue in Windsor.
The black 2013 Chevy Pickup was reportedly stolen at around 4 AM on Saturday, May 13th, 2023. The truck reportedly has a plate number of 8398TX.
If you have any information about the vehicle or the people / person who stole it, please contact Trooper Donald Webber at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Augusta Regional Communications Center at 207.624.7076.
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One time, because one of our employees was overtired and distracted, the door of a company vehicle got left unlocked. What do you think got stolen? Believe it or not, the only thing that went missing from that vehicle was a handful of bumper stickers. We're okay with that because we want to get as many of those stickers out to people as we can.