The Yakima County Sheriff's Office is asking for your help.

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Yakima County Sheriff's Office
Yakima County Sheriff's Office

Take a closer look to see if you might be able to identify the truck. The thieves took $4,000 worth of equipment from a farm and need to pay for their actions. I was brought up to NEVER take anything that doesn't belong to me. I'm glad there were cameras to get the images. Now, let's do our part. Share the images and take note of any items others might have in their possession that they didn't previously have.

If you have any information about the truck and who may be in it, please contact the Yakima County Sheriff's Office at 509-574-2500.

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