Landscaper's missing truck recovered in Rockland

By Dwight Collins | Aug 13, 2014

Rockland — A truck that was stolen in early morning hours of  Aug. 11 in Rockport, was recovered in good condition in Rockland Aug. 13, said Rockland Police Deputy Chief Wally Tower.

There are no suspects at this time, Tower said.

Police said the truck was discovered missing around 6:30 a.m. from Seasons Downeast Designs, when the owner arrived to find the truck was missing and also found a white pick-up truck parked in the lot with its keys in it.

It was later determined the white pick-up had been stolen overnight from Trade Winds Motor Inn in Rockland. Both vehicles had keys in them at the time of the theft, police said.

The vehicle was found shortly after 6 p.m. on Gay Street, Tower said.

 

Comments (3)
Posted by: russell g york | Aug 14, 2014 19:38

good job rockland police



Posted by: Francis Mazzeo, Jr. | Aug 12, 2014 15:14

Why feel bad? There are people out every night looking to take what isn't theirs. One needs to not make it easy for them.



Posted by: Susan Sinclair | Aug 12, 2014 14:39

Wow. I feel bad for the owners, but....you left the keys in the vehicles overnight?



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