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Albany Outback catering trailer stolen

Outback managers want your help finding their stolen trailer. Outback managers want your help finding their stolen trailer.
The trailer went missing from their parking lot either Friday night or Saturday morning. The trailer went missing from their parking lot either Friday night or Saturday morning.
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Albany Outback restaurant managers want residents to help keep an eye out for their catering trailer.

It was stolen beside one of the busiest streets in Albany.

The 16 foot trailer, with Outback logos on every side, disappeared from the front corner of the restaurant parking lot on Westover Boulevard Friday night or Saturday morning.

With a full kitchen inside, it is worth an estimated $15,000.

The trailer had axle locks, so officials said that whoever stole it must have known how to break those.  

Anyone that has seen the trailer or has information on it's whereabouts is asked to call CrimeStoppers at (229) 436-TIPS.

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