Someone is using a U-Haul box truck to steal hundreds of gallons of diesel, have you seen them, two East Texas law enforcement agencies would like to find them. 

Recent reports and pictures have surfaced of vehicles used and one of the men allegedly responsible for the theft of hundreds of gallons of diesel in both Bowie and Cass counties. It appears that these two agencies are looking fo the same people.

Bowie County Sheriff's Office

Suspect - Bowie Country Sheriff's Office
Pickup - Bowie Country Sheriff's Office
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Suspect - Bowie Country Sheriff's Office
Suspect - Bowie Country Sheriff's Office
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Skaggs - U-Haul - Bowie Country Sheriff's Office
Skaggs - U-Haul - Bowie Country Sheriff's Office
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Suspect - Bowie Country Sheriff's Office
Suspect - Bowie Country Sheriff's Office
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Bowie County Sheriff Jeff Neal sent out the information in a Press Release:

On 12-9-2022, Skaggs Country Store located at 3070 U.S. Highway 82w New Boston, TX was the victim of a large scale fuel theft. The suspect(s) targeted the store in the early hours of December 9th while the business was closed. Having technical knowledge of the electronic fuel pumping system, the suspect(s) bypassed the security measures and stole over 800 gallons of diesel fuel. The suspect(s) were utilizing a newer model Chevrolet truck and a large U-Haul moving van. Screenshots of the two suspect vehicles as well as one of the individuals is included in this release.

Anyone with information that could help this investigation, please contact the Bowie County Sheriff's Office at 903.798.3149 (Texarkana Office) or 903.628.6815 (New Boston Office).


Queen City Police Department:

Diesel theft suspect 1 - Queen City Police
Diesel theft suspect 1 - Queen City Police
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Diesel theft suspect 2 - Queen City Police
Diesel theft suspect 2 - Queen City Police
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Diesel theft suspect 3 - Queen City Police
Diesel theft suspect 3 - Queen City Police
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Diesel theft suspect 4 - Queen City Police
Diesel theft suspect 4 - Queen City Police
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The Queen City Police posted the above images and this information on their Facebook Page:

The Queen City Police Department needs help locating this suspect who got away with 160 gallons of Diesel fuel.

Contact Queen City Police Detective Andrews at 903-796-7986 ext 104.

If you have any information that could help either of these agencies, please contact them at the numbers above..


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