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Detectives investigate separate cases of ATV thefts


Bossier Sheriff’s Office detectives are investigating two separate cases of stolen all-terrain vehicles from residences in Princeton and Plain Dealing earlier this month.

One of the ATV’s, a yellow Can-am Maverick, was reported stolen on Sept. 5 from Vonda Lane in Plain Dealing (near Chalybeate Springs Road and Highway 157), and valued at $16,900.

The second ATV, an orange 2014 Polaris Razor 900, was stolen Sept. 9 from the 500 block of Bermuda Lane in Princeton, valued at $14,000.

These thefts are part of two different investigations and victims, and detectives are hopeful someone may have information about either of these cases.  (An attached flyer has actual photos of the stolen ATV’s).

If anyone has any information about the whereabouts of the ATV’s or who may have stolen them, please contact Bossier Crime Stoppers with your anonymous tip at (318) 424-4100.


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