Topic: HELP! Ford 6600 Tractor STOLEN From Woodburn Kentucky, LOOK!
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Anyone having run across a suspicious 1979 Ford 6600 tractor (serial# C6221C1) with front-end loader and round hay bale attachments or matching parts recently is urged to contact law enforcement in Bowling Green, KY. This tractor was stolen from a dairy barn in this area 5 days ago. Tractor is believed to have been loaded onto a truck and trailer beside I-65 in Woodburn at approximately 4:00am and entered I-65 North from a side road where recent bridge and interstate construction has been taking place near Hwy 240. Please help if you know, see or hear anything as to it's whereabouts. Thank you much.
KENTUCKY STATE POLICE TOLL FREE: 1-800-222-5555
KSP LOCAL POST 3 (BOWLING GREEN): 1-270-782-2010
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