Sandy Springs PD: Men in convertible Mustang stole zebra-striped truck


If you see a white truck with black zebra stripes around north Fulton County, it might have been stolen.

Sandy Springs police are searching for two suspects who they believe stole a 2005 GMC Yukon Denali early on the morning of April 6. The truck belonged to Lowe Engineers, LLC, a company based in Atlanta.

Police describe the suspects as two white males, possibly between the ages of 30 and 40.

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According to the police report, the duo arrived in style at a parking garage at 990 Hammond Drive at 3:30 a.m. that morning in a white Ford Mustang convertible. The car had a black top and blacked out wheels.

Video cameras caught the suspects leaving the car and entering a stairwell. At 3:38 a.m., the zebra-striped Yukon was seen leaving the garage towing a large white trailer.

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The vehicle has “Lowe Engineers LLC” on the side and the Georgia tag number is QFA8534.

Lowe Engineers didn’t report the vehicle stolen until this past Tuesday, April 11. An employee told police that the keys to the vehicle were left in the gas compartment. The employee added that the trailer was carrying survey equipment.

Anyone who might have information related to the incident or suspects should contact Detective Stein at 770-551-6940.

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