TULSA, Okla. — Josh and Amanda Stout need help to locate their stolen truck and trailer.
Someone stole it Thursday morning from their home, which doubles as their workplace. The building has cameras all around, but that did not stop two men from walking up and checking the place out.
“They came up to the truck, jiggled on the handles, tried to break in the passenger, couldn’t get in, left, came back a few minutes later and got on the driver’s side, got in and left,” Josh said.
The stranger took off in a ‘99 Ford extended cab with 400,000 miles on it.
“It was the last truck anybody thought would, probably, get stolen," Josh said.
Amanda added, “It’s just devastating, to say the least, when your own vehicle is stolen."
The pair moved to the Red Fork neighborhood a year ago. They are artists working to bounce back.
“We’ve taken a huge hit during COVID and just the art industry itself has taken a huge hit,” Amanda said. “Right now, we’re just going to breathe through it and something will happen.”
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