Polk Sheriff seeks info about stolen citrus loader - WRBL

Polk Sheriff seeks info about stolen citrus loader

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This loader was stolen in the area of 80 Foot Road and County Road 640, near Homeland. This loader was stolen in the area of 80 Foot Road and County Road 640, near Homeland.
POLK COUNTY, FL (WFLA) -

The Polk County Sheriff's Office is asking for help finding a stolen citrus loader valued at $45,000.

Detectives say that someone took the loader between the evening of Sunday, Feb. 9 and the morning of Monday, Feb. 10.

The loader was stolen in the area of 80 Foot Road and County Road 640, near Homeland.

The citrus loader is described as a 1992 International Model with a diesel engine. The body is painted green with with an orange loading boom and Florida tag MIM-05H.

A photo of the loader is shown.

If you have information that can help investigators call Detective Jay Scarborough at (863) 534-7205 or (863) 287-2224.

You can also remain anonymous and be eligible for a cash reward. Call Heartland Crime Stoppers at 1-800-226-TIPS or log onto www.heartlandcrimestoppers.com

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