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Burning truck found in Jackson County
02/07/2019

Credit: Jackson Co Sheriff's Office

(KNZA)--A stolen pickup truck was found on fire in Jackson County Thursday.

According to a release from Jackson County Sheriff Tim Morse, the truck was discovered just north of 110th Road, on T. Road, east of Hoyt, in southern Jackson County.

The fire was reported around 11:45 Thursday morning.

Morse said his deputies, along with the Hoyt and Mayetta Fire Departments responded to the scene, with the fire crews able to extinguish the blaze.
The truck, identified as a 1995 Dodge Ram, is a total loss.

It had been reported stolen Wednesday in Topeka.

Morse said the investigation is continuing.

As Jackson County and surrounding areas, continue to experience a rash of vehicle thefts, Morse sends the reminder to make sure that all vehicles, homes, sheds, outbuildings, and other structures, are kept locked.

He says anyone who notices a suspicious person, or activity, should contact his office at 785-364-2251.

 

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