Stolen truck destroyed at Shepparton's Reedy Swamp.CHLOE WARBURTON August 1, 2014 3:44am
A tipper truck with a wood-chipping trailer attached was stolen before being dumped and set alight at Reedy Swamp.
A truck worth $100
A tipper truck with a wood-chipping trailer attached was stolen from a Doyles Rd property sometime between 7
Shepparton police Sergeant Mick Osmond said the truck was found in Reedy Swamp near Wheller Rd yesterday morning, bogged in the mud and set alight. Country Fire Authority crews attended to extinguish the fire in the cabin of the truck.
‘‘They were obviously driving around stupid around the sand hills in the area,’’ Sgt Osmond said. ‘‘There are no suspects at this stage.’’
Shepparton police Criminal Investigation Unit attended the scene and the truck was removed by representatives from the property it was stolen from.
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