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Law enforcement seeks clues to stolen snowmobiles


This news story was published on April 22, 2019.
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MASON CITY – Law enforcement is seeking clues solve a case of stolen snowmobiles in Mason City.

During the late evening hours of February 22, 2019 and early morning hours of February 23, 2019 two Polaris snowmobiles where stolen from Mason City Power Sports, located at 12499 265th Street in Mason City. The first snowmobile is a red 2011 Polaris 800 Pro RMK 155 and the second snowmobile is a red and black 2012 Polaris 800 Pro RMK 155. Neither of these stolen snowmobiles have been recovered.

A vehicle believed used during the thefts is a white Ford 4-door pickup truck with a dark colored stripe located at the bottom of the doors of the pickup truck. It is believed 2 males were involved in the thefts. Anyone with any information regarding these thefts is encouraged to contact the Cerro Gordo County Sheriffs Office at (641) 421-3000 or Crime Stoppers of North Iowa at (800) 383-0088.

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4 Responses to Law enforcement seeks clues to stolen snowmobiles

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    Anonymous Reply Report comment

    April 23, 2019 at 7:01 am

    i bet meth heads did it. of course, we dont have a hard drug problem in mason city/north iowa. methin city that is.

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    Anonymous Reply Report comment

    April 22, 2019 at 5:26 pm

    Timely reporting. Only a little over 2 months old. If nobody cares enough to get the information out sooner, they sure must not care about getting them back.

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      April 22, 2019 at 8:20 pm

      Sheriff sent the bulletin today.

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        Anonymous Reply Report comment

        April 23, 2019 at 10:57 am

        Matt: My apologies. I realize you can only report what you hear and when you hear it. Any idea why the sheriff was so late and lax about getting it out? Might be a good question to ask him. Thank you.