The Pelham Police Department is seeking information about an Aug. 29 theft of a pair of John Deere ATVs, and said the vehicles look similar to the ATV in this photo. (Contributed)
The Pelham Police Department is seeking information about an Aug. 29 theft of a pair of John Deere ATVs, and said the vehicles look similar to the ATV in this photo. (Contributed)

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Police looking for information in ATV theft

Published 9:45am Wednesday, September 4, 2013

By NEAL WAGNER / City Editor

The Pelham Police Department is seeking the public’s help in investigating an Aug. 29 theft of a pair of all-terrain vehicles from a parking lot off Shelby County 33.

According to Pelham police reports, a 20-foot Big Tex trailer containing two John Deere Gator ATVs was stolen from a business in the 800 block of Shelby County 33. Both vehicles were outfitted with Mossy Oak graphics and Warn winches.

In total, more than $31,500 worth of items was stolen in the incident, with each Gator valued at $15,000 apiece.

Anyone with information related to the theft is encouraged to call Pelham Police Department Detective Jordan at 620-6550.

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