Help! 2006 Ford F-250 Super Duty Stolen!

Reward $1,500.00
November 6, 2021
Columbia Police Department
Case # - 210028303
2006
Ford
F-250 Super Duty
License - CCJ1862 (NC)
VIN - 1FTSW21P76EB13535

Me and my son went to Pull-A-Part to browse around because he has recently become really interested in restoring cars. We drove our 2006 Ford F250 Super Duty thinking we may need the extra room to haul some parts. We got done with our picking and went to load our parts into our truck and lo and behold our truck was gone! It was locked, I had the keys in my hand! There was no broken glass, no signs it was broken into, it was just gone! I called the cops and let the Pull-a-Part office know my truck was stolen. I asked the office if we could check the camera footage, but wouldn’t you know, they had no cameras covering their parking lot! Really odd, huh? This truck means so much to me, I have put in countless hours of work in this truck. My wife searched for months trying to find a truck that we could afford and we found this f250 that has well over 400,000 miles. The only reason this truck even runs is because of the work and care I put into it. I had hoped keeping this truck going would be a bonding and learning experience for me and my son to do together. Instead, some low life has stolen it probably to commit other crimes, stealing other folk’s possessions and valuables.

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