A vehicle that was stolen in Murfreesboro was recovered the following morning, thanks to the fast work of law enforcement.
Well, it was number 9 on the list for being one of the most stolen vehicles in America. But, that likely failed to make the news any better for a Murfreesboro man who reported his GMC pickup truck as being stolen on Tuesday.
A Ford F-250 Supercab truck was stolen from Jim Kirby Automotive on South Church Street.
A white Chevy 2500 Silverado pickup truck was stolen from National Auto Sales on Broad Street in Murfreesboro. The theft was reported on Tuesday.
A GMC Canyon pick-up truck that was stolen in Nashville was tracked down by its owner.
Thieves stole a 2006 red Chevrolet 2500 4x4 truck between Sept. 23-26 from Tennessee Industrial Maintenance on Franklin Road, said Detective Jamin Humphress.
A Chevy pickup truck that was reported stolen in Cannon County was found in Murfreesboro. Police spotted the truck on East State Street around 8:00, Wednesday morning.
A 12 foot box truck that was rented from Budget Truck Rental in Murfreesboro was reported as being stolen. The $40,000 truck was supposed to be returned a month ago.
A 2012 Ford F-150 worth more than $10,000 was traded for $20 worth of cocaine, according to Murfreesboro Police.
A 2008 Ford F-150 was recovered by police thanks to a LoJack tracking device.
A woman who drove a truck from Texas to Smyrna in recent days was arrested after police realized the Ford F-250 she was driving had been reported as "Stolen."
Someone stole a truck full of tools and so far, the truck has not been found.
Talk about an odd theft... an Isuzu box truck was stolen from the parking lot of Embassy Suites in Murfreesboro.
A Ford F-150 was stolen out of a driveway on Monet Court in Murfreesboro on Thursday.
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