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OKLAHOMA CITY -- The state's biggest bridal show is suddenly scrambling for tables, chairs and other items that it needs to put on its main event later this month.

Someone stole a brand new trailer with roughly $15,000 of items bound for the Oklahoma Bridal Show on Jan. 24.

"When we went around the corner and saw our spot was completely empty it really was just a sickening feeling," said Kenneth Monier, manager of the show. "We've put a lot of money into it."

Monier had just bought the trailer in Houston in December and had stocked it with chairs, tables, tablecloths and other things he had finally saved up the money to buy.

Now, he's frantically trying to replace what was stolen.

Security video from the Apublix Storage on 1300 S. MacArthur shows a man accessing the storage facility by typing a password into a keypad. A few minutes later, he drives the other way with the trailer in tow.

"When you see that trailer going out the gate and it's yours, it's a bad feeling, it really is," said Monier.

Monier is now hoping someone will recognize the man in the surveillance video or his truck and call police.

"This truck is so unique, I feel certain we'll get somebody who knows who this is," he said, pointing to peeling paint on the front and what appears to be a long antenna on the back. "I just hopeful that we can get our stuff back."