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Evansville Police Investigating Potential String of Tri-State Trailer Thefts

Trailer stolen from Greer's Flooring over the weekend

The Evansville Police Department says a weekend trailer theft that occurred at Greer's Flooring on N. Green River Road could be related to the trailer theft that took place at Acropolis just over one week ago.

Posted: Mar 9, 2021 10:55 AM
Updated: Mar 9, 2021 10:56 AM

The Evansville Police Department said Tuesday that a weekend trailer theft from an Evansville business was now being investigated in connection to two other incidents.

EPD says that on Monday, March 8, Greer's Flooring on N. Green River Road in Evansville reported their cargo trailer was stolen from their lot over the weekend.

According to EPD, the suspect vehicle (seen pictured here) matches the description of a vehicle that committed the same crime in Henderson, Kentucky, and may also be involved in the recent theft of a trailer from the Acropolis restaurant on N. Green River Road.

Related: Local Restaurant Owner Shocked to Find Catering Trailer Missing

Anyone who recognizes the vehicle depicted in these pictures is asked to call EPD’s Auto Theft Unit at 812-436-7967, the WeTip Line at 1-800-78-CRIME, or email any tips to

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