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Investigators Identify Vehicle Suspected of Thieving Trailer Containing Willits Youth Football and Cheer Athletic Gear

The following is a social media post from the Willits Police Department Facebook page:

The Willits Police Department is investigating the theft of a white 2012 Interstate van trailer (corrected information is single axle, third photo). The trailer has a yellow logo on the side of “Cougars” across a block letter “W” (second photo). The trailer has been entered into SVS by VIN # 4RACS1213CN084662.

The suspect vehicle is a lowered 2003-2006 Chevrolet Silverado with matte black/primer paint on front and navy blue paint on cab and rear bed.

The trailer was taken from Baechtel Grove Middle School in Willits on 12/23/21 at about 0800 hrs. Stored inside the trailer were multiple items of youth football equipment; approximately 100 helmets, shoulder pads, and school football jerseys in white/green/gold coloring.

If the trailer or similar sporting equipment is located, please contact Officer Bennett at (707) 459-6122.

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