Police probing 3 separate trailer thefts

Edmond Police officers are investigating the theft of three trailers in separate incidents reported Friday, according to police reports.

At 11:30 a.m., James Wilkerson called police to report the loss of a trailer and steel beams belonging to Concrete Structures Specialties Inc., Oklahoma City, the report stated. The equipment was stolen from a construction site at 3880 N. Boulevard, according to the report, and was valued at $2,600.

About 12:15 p.m., Carmelo Perez told police that someone stole a flatbed trailer from his property at 2800 N. Bryant, the report stated. Value of that trailer was listed by police at $835.

About 3:15 p.m., police were called to 610 S. Broadway, where Robert Steckel, an employee of Five Star Rental, reported a U-Haul dual-axle trailer had been taken from the business parking lot, according to the report. No value was listed for this trailer.

No suspects have been identified in any of the thefts.


IQ test kit taken from man’s vehicle

Stephen Buchanan, 1200 Ayers St. No. 901, told Edmond Police officers Thursday that someone stole an IQ test kit from his unlocked vehicle, parked outside his home.

The police report stated that the IQ test kit belonged to the University of Central Oklahoma and had been rented by Buchanan on Wednesday. When he returned to the vehicle the next day, the test kit was missing, the report stated.

No suspects have been identified.


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