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Suspect vehicle in trailer theft shows up in another case
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Authorities are seeking the public's help in identifying the suspects they say stole a trailer.

Hall County Sheriff’s Office investigators have reason to believe some trailer thieves might have struck again in South Hall.

The department put out a be-on-the-lookout post following the theft of an enclosed black Diamond trailer around 9:15 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5, at a business on Enterprise Way in Flowery Branch.

“The suspects drove through the parking lot several times before hooking up the trailer and leaving,” according to the post.

The trailer is 6 feet by 12 feet.

“This suspect vehicle matches the description of the white pickup truck used in the trailer theft at Palmero Court in Buford last month,” according to the post.

The two suspects stole an enclosed 32-foot trailer after cutting the security chains around 11:25 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 28, from a business on Palmero Court in Buford.

“The suspects drove to the business and sat in their vehicle for several minutes before they cut the security chains from the trailer’s wheels, hitched their pickup truck to the trailer and took off,” according to the department’s previous post.

The suspects’ vehicle has a black hood scoop, a sunroof and a sunken black toolbox in the truckbed.

The Horton Hauler cargo trailer from the Buford case has a cut above the left-side cargo door, where the owner had repaired it with caulking.

Anyone with information about the suspects, the truck or the trailer can call the investigators at 770-531-6879 or 770-539-5018.


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