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UPDATE: Stolen trailer found, suspect still at large

Released by the Marshall Police Department:

UPDATE: The trailer stolen from Ralo's Oil and Lube located at 2607 E. End Blvd North in Marshall has been located in northern Gregg Co, TX. However, the investigation is continuing regarding the identity of the driver of the van used in the theft. The van is a 1992 Chevrolet, white in color, bearing Texas license plate BY6S822.

MARSHALL, TX (KLTV) - The Marshall Police Department is requesting public assistance in identifying the actor and vehicle used in the theft of a $3000.00 flatbed car hauler trailer from  Ralo's (Oil and Lube) which is located at 2607 E. End Blvd North in Marshall, TX. The trailer was stolen on 1/22/2012 at approximately 5:25 pm. The trailer is a black, 2010 Horse Creek 18 ft. car hauler with chrome, diamond tread on the side steps and partially up the fenders; it also has chrome wheels. The trailer displayed TX. L.P. DPM-X14 at the time it was stolen. 

The actor is a white, male with reddish or brown hair, medium build and height.

The actor vehicle appears to be a late 80's, Chevrolet van, white in color, with green or brown pinstripes. There is a spare tire carrier without a spare on it mounted on the left, rear door and a ladder mounted on the right, rear door. There is a square, white decal with a red emblem on the driver's door window and another decal on the upper left corner of the window located on the left, rear door. The driver's side of the van has three, vertical windows. There are full length running boards on the van.

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