New York State Police are asking for your help in locating a stolen vehicle. This is not your run-of-the-mill stolen vehicle, this is a utility style truck stolen from a local business this week. Take a look at the picture and description below to see if you can help.

If you have any information regarding the disappearance of this vehicle please call Troop C of the New York State Police at 607-561-7400 and reference case #11680618.

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New York State Police are reporting that, on either Tuesday October 24th or Wednesday October 25th, a truck was taken without permission from Barney and Sons Well Drilling on County Highway 10 in Laurens, NY. Here's a description of the stolen vehicle.

The truck is a white pump hoist, and best described as 2021 Ford F550 Utility Truck with a red crane attached to the roof. Not exactly inconspicuous.

According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau, New York State is in the Top 10 of States with the most stolen vehicles each year. The Empire State is currently at #9. Typically these vehicles are our daily drivers, not a utility truck such as the one pictured above. Some of the most stolen vehicles are:

  • Toyota Corolla
  • Nissan Altima
  • Honda Accord

Have you seen the white Ford Utility truck in the last 24-hours? Again, anyone with information is asked to call New York State Police in Oneonta at 607-561-7400 and reference case #11680618.

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