$1MIL WORTH OF LEXMARK PRINTERS STOLEN

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$1MIL WORTH OF LEXMARK PRINTERS STOLEN

 user 2005-12-01 at 10:26:00 am Views: 72
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    Truck containing $1 million of computer printers stolen in Fort Pierce
    DEC, 2005
    FORT PIERCE – A tractor-trailer loaded with $1 million worth of computer printers was stolen from a local truck stop Monday afternoon.
    The 49-year-old driver told deputies he parked his truck at the Flying J truck stop, in the 100 block of Kings Highway, about 2:30 p.m. to get something to eat. When he went outside a short time later, he saw his truck and trailer were stolen, a sheriff’s report states.
    The truck was a 2002 Freightliner and the trailer was a 1998 Great Dane, containing about $1 million worth of Lexmark computer printers. The trailer had a Maine license plate and was white with a star logo on the side, the report states.
    A witness told deputies he saw a white man with dirty blonde hair, wearing blue jeans and a faded green shirt drive off in the truck. The sheriff’s office is investigating the theft.