4 ATVs, tires stolen from Delta Junction business
A Delta Junction business is reeling from the theft of roughly $50,000 in all-terrain vehicles early Monday, which is under investigation by Alaska State Troopers.
A post on Delta Powersports’ Facebook page listed four vehicles as missing from the company’s property near Mile 272 of the Richardson Highway. A new Polaris Razor S 1000 EPS ATV, as well as three used vehicles – a Polaris Ranger 570, a CanAm Maverick 1000 XRS and a CanAm Outlander 1000 Xmr four-wheeler – were taken, along with a set of ITP Kryptic tires.
An online trooper dispatch, listing an initial report of only three vehicles and the tires missing, said those items were worth an estimated $49,500.
Brooke Seeger, an office manager at Delta Powersports, said the vehicles were seen leaving the lot at about 1:25 a.m. Monday. She said troopers had asked that only limited information on the case be released, but that the theft was the largest in the company’s history.
“We are amazed at the outpouring of support pretty much far and wide in looking for these machines and these people,” Seeger said. “We’ve tried to keep [the Facebook post] up to date with as much info as the troopers are wanting us to release at this time.”
Anyone with information on the theft is asked to call troopers at 907-895-4800.
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