$40,000 worth of trailers stolen from RV dealership
NORMAN, Okla. – Authorities are searching for suspects in connection to a break-in at Floyd’s RV early Thursday morning.
Robert Floyd told investigators someone rammed the side gate to get into the dealership and then made off with two travel trailers.
He said it took 26 minutes and two trips to load up and haul away the trailers.
Each one is worth between $15,000 and $20,000.
“Whoever took it, they had to have known to slide the room in and then also unplug it and know how to hook it up,” Floyd said.
There are multiple cameras around the dealership located off I-35 south of Norman.
Video of the suspect’s vehicle has been turned over to the McClain County Sheriff’s Office. Investigators believe it is a pickup truck with a camper on the back.
Floyd’s RV is now in the process of updating the security system.
Floyd said they will add more cameras and motion sensors around the dealership.
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