Ark. State Police Vehicles Stolen

September 21, 2015

Photo via Flickr/Can Pac Swire
Photo via Flickr/Can Pac Swire

Thieves stole four decommissioned Arkansas State Police vehicles from a locked auto storage lot. Police investigators learned about the thefts on Sept. 16 and recovered two vehicles the same day, according to the Arkansas Times.

The two vehicles still missing include a Dodge Charger and a Ford Crown Victoria.

The vehicles had already had markings and emergency equipment removed and were awaiting transfer for resale.


  1. 1. Matt Eberle [ September 22, 2015 @ 02:27PM ]

    Stupid is it what stupid does. I guess these turkeys figure if your going to commit a crime why now do in a police car. At lease once there arrested they will not be getting out jail any time soon.


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