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Business owner offers reward for missing truck

Missing 2013 Ford F 150 pickup truck. (Source: Facebook) Missing 2013 Ford F 150 pickup truck. (Source: Facebook)
Missing 2013 Ford F 150 pickup truck. (Source: Facebook) Missing 2013 Ford F 150 pickup truck. (Source: Facebook)
The 2013 Ford F 150 pickup truck was stolen from Premier Auto Sales on North Slappey Boulevard Friday morning. (Source: WALB) The 2013 Ford F 150 pickup truck was stolen from Premier Auto Sales on North Slappey Boulevard Friday morning. (Source: WALB)
Owner James Stalvey said he's not sure how the truck was taken from right beside one of the busiest roads in Albany. (Source: WALB) Owner James Stalvey said he's not sure how the truck was taken from right beside one of the busiest roads in Albany. (Source: WALB)
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

An Albany business owner said he's surprised someone stole a truck right off his car lot on a busy street.

The 2013 Ford F 150 pickup truck was stolen from Premier Autoworks on North Slappey Boulevard Friday morning. 

The approximately $20,000 truck is still missing.

A reward is being offered for information.

Owner James Stalvey said he's not sure how the truck was taken from right beside one of the busiest roads in Albany.

"Crime can happen anywhere around here.  I thought this was the busiest intersection around, and you don't expect stuff like this to happen," said Stalvey.

Stalvey is using social media to spread the word about his stolen truck and the reward.

Anyone with information is urged to call CrimeSTOPPERS at 436-TIPS.

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