Two Bobcats Stolen From Winchester Businesses

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 6/04/2012 8:19 pm
        Winchester Police are looking for a suspect, or suspects who stole two bobcat tractors last week in Winchester.
       
       The equipment was stolen from two separate businesses in Winchester last Wednesday and Saturday mornings.
       
        The first was taken from Wilcox Pool Inc. around 5am Wednesday.
       
        According to owner Ernie Wilcox the surveillance video shows a white pickup truck scoping out the business four times before showing up early in the morning and stealing the front-loader.

        Three days later a second bobcat was stolen from Clem's Plumbing around the same time in the morning.

        Owner Daniel Clem says surveillance video shows the same white truck breaking the lock off his gate, and stealing a trailer and bobcat in about ten minutes.

        If you have any information in this case contact Winchester Police at (859) 745-7400
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