Police say they have recovered most of the lawn equipment stolen from a Thomasville business.
Thousands of dollars worth of lawn equipment along with a truck and trailer were stolen from Thomas Grady Service Center.
Leon County and Thomasville police officers worked together to recover about 90 percent of the stolen items.
The truck and trailer were found abandoned but the equipment had disappeared.
"The lawn equipment the truck that was stolen, the trailer that was attached to the truck they we're all recovered in the Leon County, area of Miccosukee Florida," said TPD Lt. Eric Hampton.
Investigators are still working to locate the last part of the equipment they say they have not made any arrests, call police if you can help.
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