Stamping Ground Police asking for help identifying man accused of stealing truck

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STAMPING GROUND, Ky. (WTVQ)- The Stamping Ground Police Department is asking for help identifying a man accused of stealing a truck and trailer Saturday.

Officers say the theft happened behind Penn Memorial Baptist Church on Main Street.

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Police say the trailer was found in Frankfort, but officers are still looking for the man seen in surveillance pictures.

He is about 45-50-years-old and 6′ tall.

The car he’s accused of stealing is a 2001 silver Ford F350 with license plate number 7681cb. The truck has a missing taillight.

Police ask you to call 502-535-6223 or 502-863-7820 with any information.

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