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Acadia Crimestoppers seek help in finding trailer

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The following is a Press Release from the Acadia Parish Crimestoppers:

Crimestoppers of Acadia Parish and the Rayne Police Department needs you help to recover a tractor trailer that was stolen from a Rayne Business. 

On Tuesday August 30, 2011 around 4:40 AM, a Tractor truck entered the parking lot of Mrs. Mammies located on Hwy 35 North in Rayne backed up and stole an empty trailer that was parked on the lot. Detectives believe the tractor was a Peterbilt with a flat sleeper and was dark in color.

The trailer that was stolen was a used SAIA that the lettering was missing but the name still could be read with the glue residue showing. The trailer still had red and gold stripping on the trailer.

The truck was captured on Security Camera footage backing up and hooking up to the trailer.

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