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Man steals truck and trailer at Mapco

He stole a truck, as well as a huge trailer attached to it. He stole a truck, as well as a huge trailer attached to it.
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

A man made a purchase at a convenience store and drove off - in a different vehicle than he arrived in.

He stole a truck, as well as a huge trailer attached to it.

He stole the truck on September 27th at the Mapco Service Station on University Drive.

The owner was gassing up his truck, which was pulling a large trailer. When he went inside the store to buy some food, a thief went inside his truck.

The thief is seen on store surveillance video jumping out of a white car driven by a woman, and jumping into the cab of the truck.

According to Huntsville Police, the thief found some keys in a side door of the trailer.

The thief was also caught very clearly a few minutes earlier inside the store at the cash register.

You could have a big pay day waiting for you if you know who the man is.

Make the anonymous call to 256-53-CRIME.

Or you can also make an anonymous text or e-mail with your tips. Click the Huntsville Area Crime Stoppers link to see how.

There's up to a thousand dollars in reward money waiting for you.

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