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Updated-Missing ramp returned to Sheriff's Office

Editors note:  Brown County Sheriff John Merchant reported Wednesday morning that a good samaritan returned the aluminum ramp that was reported taken Tuesday. The owner has been notified and will be picking it up at the Sheriff's Office. 

(KNZA)--Brown County Sheriff John Merchant says felony charges could await the person who took a ramp that fell from a delivery truck.

According to a release from Merchant, the 10 to 12-foot aluminum ramp fell off the truck on West Oregaon Street, near U.S. Highway 36, around 10:00 Tuesday morning.

According to Merchant, an eyewitness spotted a man, driving a green, Chevrolet long-bed truck, stop and take the ramp, before driving east down Oregon Street.

Saying his office “would like to encourage the person to return the ramp to the Sheriff’s Office as soon as possible,” with no questions asked, Merchant said he has “faith that the person who picked up the ramp will do the right thing.”

However, Merchant said if the ramp is not returned, the person who took it could be charged with felony theft of lost or mislaid property. 

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