Moab police seek suspect in Jeep theft
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Moab City Police Department has released surveillance video of a suspect in a vehicle theft that occurred last week at Canyonlands Campground. 						 Photo courtesy Moab City Police Department
Moab City Police Department has released surveillance video of a suspect in a vehicle theft that occurred last week at Canyonlands Campground. Photo courtesy Moab City Police Department
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Moab City Police Department is looking for a suspect in a vehicle theft that occurred on Aug. 31 at approximately 10:30 p.m. at Canyonlands Campground.

Luckily for the owner, the Jeep was recovered on Sunday, Sept. 3.

The suspect is believed to be a white male in his 20s with long dark hair, a thin build and tattoos on his left arm. He was in the company of a black dog, possibly a lab.

A video surveillance camera picked up images of the suspect. The video can be found on the department’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/moabpolice.

If you have information about this theft, please call the Moab City Police Department at 435-259-8938.


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