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CrimeStoppers seeking help with investigation
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This is a still photo taken from security video of a suspect stealing decorative fencing items from the Fuchs Ranch.
This is a still photo taken from security video of a suspect stealing decorative fencing items from the Fuchs Ranch.
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CrimeStoppers is asking for the public’s help in identifying the person or persons responsible for a number of thefts of decorative fencing items from the Fuchs Ranch on Fox Road in Goliad County.

Since late 2012, person(s) unknown have stolen approximately $800 worth of decorative items from the entrance of the ranch at 1270 Fox Road in northeast Goliad County. The decorative items include stars and wagon wheels that were attached to the main gate area. Each item stolen is valued at between $40 and $60.

Images captured on a surveillance camera show a blue, late-model Ford extended-cab 4x4 pickup truck being involved with the thefts. However, no license number can be seen on the images.

Night images taken on Aug. 1 show the truck arriving at 4:22 a.m. and a white female getting out and removing decorative wagon wheels from the Fuchs Ranch gate. In one of the images, the interior light of the truck is on and a white male subject can be seen sitting in the driver’s seat.

If you have any information about this crime, call Coastal Bend Crime Stoppers at 361-362-0206 or 1-877-362-0206.

All calls are anonymous, and you could earn a cash reward of up to $1,000.
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