Two trucks, two mowers, an all-terrain vehicle and a gooseneck trailer were reported stolen from an equipment business, Richmond police said Tuesday.
An employee of Northside Equipment reported the thefts on Saturday after discovering the chain lock cut from a fence gate. The estimated value of the stolen property was $104,192.
The vehicles reported stolen were a white 2006 International 4300 flatbed truck and a white 2007 Ford F550 truck. The flatbed truck, valued at $40,000, was later found undamaged at the Central Kentucky Wildlife Management Area on Muddy Creek Road near Berea.
Also reported stolen were a black Hillsboro gooseneck trailer; an orange Kubota RTV 900 all-terrain vehicle; an orange Kubota ZTR mower with a 60-inch deck; and a red-and-black Toro 5035 ZTR mower with a 52-inch deck and a 24-horsepower motor.
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