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APD searching for missing trailer

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Albany police are looking for a missing trailer.

A truck driver, 51-year-old Frank Jackson told police he parked the 53 foot long trailer worth $30,000 at the Pilot Truck Stop on Cordele Road November 2. 

He got sick and when he returned Tuesday, the trailer was gone.

Store officials say they didn't have it towed and they don't know what happened to it. 

It belongs to PAM Transport Company in Arkansas.

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