Frankfort Police Search For Car Thief

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Updated: 3/28/2013 11:53 am

FRANKFORT, Ky. –On the morning of March 25th,  Frankfort Police responded to a complaint from the Capital Plaza Hotel, located at 405 Wilkinson Boulevard. 

The reporting victim, an employee of the Hotel told officers that as went into the parking area, he observed a white, male subject in the process of stealing his car.  As the victim ran to the automobile in an attempt to prevent the theft, the perpetrator struck the victim with the car as he was escaping.

The perpetrator was described also as wearing a black coat and hat.

The vehicle is 2000 green Buick with a Kentucky license plate of 355-AGA.

Frankfort Police are asking anyone who may information on this crime to call them at 502 875-8523.

 

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