UPDATE: On Thursday night, one of the trucks was found in New Haven after a tip came in, but police say it was completely stripped.
WATERTOWN, Conn. (WTNH) – Watertown Police are trying to track down two snow plow trucks that were stolen from a landscaping business. The trucks were stolen Tuesday from Evergreen Lawn and Landscape Maintenance on Main Street in Watertown. Surveillance video shows the swiped plow trucks driving away just after 8 p.m.
The first stole truck is a gray 2005 Ford F350 with a Connecticut plate 3256CR. The truck has a Fisher X-Blade plow. The other is a 2005 Ford duel-wheel F350 with a Connecticut plate K30568 with a Fisher X-Blade plow and a Fisher Poly Cast sander in the bed. Both trucks had the company logo on the front doors. The trucks are worth more than $50,000.
Anyone with a tip is asked to call Det. Kevin Ferrucci of the Watertown Police Department at (860) 945-5200 or Crimestoppers at (860) 945-9940. All calls can be kept confidential.