Theft of inoperable van investigated [UPDATED]

Published 7:03am Thursday, August 2, 2012 Updated 12:05pm Thursday, August 2, 2012

The county sheriff’s office is investigating the theft of an inoperable white 1998 Plymouth Voyager from a yard near 19030 County Highway 59 in rural Vining.

There were no keys in the minivan (worth about $200 in salvage) at the time of the theft, which occurred between July 20 and 27 but was only reported Wednesday. It appears that the van was loaded onto a trailer and hauled away.


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