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Law Enforcement Uncovering More Stolen Trailers

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 12/11/2013 5:57 pm
The Mercer County Sheriff's Office says they've arrested three individuals in relation to a string of stolen trailers that dates back to October.

Police say they've recovered six stolen trailers valued at six-thousand dollars.

Albert Walsinger, John Gillespie and Wendy Cosby were all charged with stealing the trailers.

Authorities say a few of the stolen trailers showed up at area pawn shops.

They say they were able to track down the three suspects from there. 

The Sheriff's Office says they're looking for two others in the case, and say there may be more stolen trailers they've yet to recover.

The Franklin and Anderson County Sheriff Offices say they've recovered four more trailers this week and believe they're connected to the three suspects in custody.


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