November 7, 2007
Albany -- An East Albany woman says thieves have picked the wrong target!
Someone stole $20,000 worth of Chiquita and J. W. Evans' lawn business equipment.
Now she's hitting the streets handing out flyers with pictures of the trailer and equipment, and she's offering a one thousand dollar reward.
Saturday morning, someone drove up to the Evans' apartment on Swift Street, hooked up to the 16 foot utility foot trailer and drove off.
The trailer was loaded with a Gravely zero-turn mower, trimmers, back-pack blowers, weed eaters, hedgers, gas cans and hand tools.
The Evans' are passing out fliers all over Albany and surrounding towns in hopes of getting it back.
If you have seen this trailer or have any information on it, you could get the one-thousand dollar reward.
Just call 229-347-5658 or 229-344-3446.Feedback: firstname.lastname@example.org?subject=EquipmentReward-DH
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