JOPLIN, Mo. — Posted recently in our Community Action Group Joplin Area Stolen Items, a stolen gator from MSSU. A brazen male drove into the MSSU sports complex and loaded up a gator, worth thousands of dollars and drove away with it. Campus authorities believe the thief knew someone by the way he acted.
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FROM MSSU — “Caught on camera. Public Assistance Needed *On 03/31/2021, between 1900 – 2030 hours, an unidentified male came onto campus and entered the Leggett and Platt building on campus and stole an unidentified item. The male then drives to the North End Zone facility and enters the main doors and eventually steals the Athletic Trainers 2018 John Deere Gator. The manner in which the items are stolen leads me to believe the man in the picture is familiar with Missouri Southern Athletics and knows employees by name. I am asking the public to take a look at the photos of the individual and the truck and trailer used in the theft. If you have any info, please contact the University Police Dept at 417-626-2222. Thank you for your help!”
ABOUT JOPLIN AREA STOLEN ITEMS…
Since 2018 Joplin News First Community Action Group Joplin Area Stolen Items has assisted law enforcement in locating countless items like: vehicles, pets, lawn furniture, jewelry, heirlooms, electronics, bicycles, motorcycles, Amazon/usps packages etc.
- RULES FOR POSTING
- #1 Short description what occurred including date and time frame.
- #2 CANNOT include names of people accused of stealing XX items. The post will be deleted. However you can include actual videos and photos of people and their faces. Do not name them. If people name them in comments, that is allowed. The person posting cannot.
- #3 Must include a photo of item(s) stolen. If there is no photo. Then pull a similar photo from the internet. And say “similar photo”.
- #4 What police agency or department was it reported to, this is not a vigilante group. A police report needs to be attached to what was stolen to make this a legitimate stolen item.