Thieves steal large, obvious equipment from Lincoln County agency

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CHANDLER, Okla. – Authorities in Lincoln County are searching for several pieces of large equipment that were stolen this week.

Officials with the Lincoln County Conservation District says the district’s property was targeted by thieves on Sunday night or early Monday morning.

They say the thieves made off with several pieces of large equipment including a white extended cab Ford truck with the words “State of Oklahoma” on the doors.

Also, officials are looking for a John Deere Skid Steer with pallet forks, a gator, a John Deere zero turn lawn mower, a weed eater and a welder with a trailer.

The equipment is used by the district to maintain 64 flood control structures in Lincoln County.

If you have any information on the thefts, you are asked to call the Lincoln County Conservation District at (405) 258-5011 and the Chandler Police Department at (405) 258-1460.

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