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Galion Police Seek ID In Theft Case

Story By: Brad Francis

 

 

 
 

 
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  Original Published: 4/3/2013

 

The Galion Police Department is asking for help identifying a man wanted in connection with a theft case.

They've released photos captured by a security camera.  Detectives want to question this man. But they don't know who he is.  So authorities hope someone can help identify him.  Police say he told the victim he was from Mansfield.  But that has not been confirmed.

Police say he was driving a blue GMC truck with a maroon tailgate and a yellow emergency light on top of the cab.  The truck has rust on top of the cab and missing paint on the hood.  And it was pulling a dual axle trailer loaded with wooden pallets.

If you can identify the man, or know anything about the truck or trailer, please contact detective Eric Bohach at the Galion police department.  His number is 419-468-5255.  If you'd like to remain anonymous, you can call 419-468-3480.

This is a picture of the truck and trailer.

   
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