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Jun 05

Police seek help in finding stolen ATV tracks

On 05/24/2017 at approximately 4:00 AM a set of ATV tracks were stolen off a trailer located at 1601 E. Spruce Ave. Mitchell SD. The tracks will fit a Polaris ATV, model 850 and model 1000, for the years of 2010-2015. The tracks will have a Polaris logo on them but are made by a third-party company called Camoplast. The set consists of 2-front and 2-rear tracks. Value of the entire set is $4000.00. 

The photo attached are not the tracks stolen, but a close representation of those missing. 

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