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Dump trailer worth $10,000 stolen in Birmingham

A trailer worth roughly $10,000 was reported missing by a construction worker on Friday, February 24, I.n Birmingham.


The worked had left the construction site two days earlier and found the trailer missing from the property when he returned. Birmingham police officers were dispatched to 771 Chesterfield Avenue, the location of Quarton Elementary School, on report of larceny, where the construction worker stated that a black “PJ Dump trailer” was last seen on Wednesday, February 22.


The officer checked the area for the trailer and any witnesses but had negative results.

Birmingham police state there are currently no witnesses or suspects.

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