Owner seeks public’s help after truck, zero-turn mower stolen in Mississippi tracked leaving state

Published 6:46 am Tuesday, April 16, 2024

The owner of a truck, trailer and zero-turn mower stolen in Mississippi and tracked leaving the state is asking for the public to help law enforcement locate them.

The vehicle is a single cab, four-wheel drive 1994 Chevy 3500 one-ton dually pickup truck attached to a 16-foot utility trailer with a Husqvarna MZT-52 zero turn mower on it.

The color is two-tone blue and silver and the tag is from Adams County, AD18826.

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The vehicle was from George Patton’s property on MLK Jr. Road near Foster Mound and Airport Road in Adams County and was tracked leaving the state. It disappeared from the property overnight late Saturday or early Sunday without the key.

“I believe it may have been targeted,” Patton said. “It’s kind of a unique truck in the sense there are not a lot of them like it.”

Several people were sharing posts Patton made about the stolen items on social media and neighborhood apps to help find them. Patton asks for help from anyone who sees the truck.

“Please call law enforcement if you see this truck and help me catch the crook,” Patton said.

Adams County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the theft.

Anyone who sees the truck or has additional information can reach the Adams County Sheriff’s Office at 601-442-2752.