Courtesy Logan Police Department
Logan police need the public's help identifying a male who allegedly stole a large sum of cash from a car dealership at 95 W. 400 North on Tuesday morning.
Logan police looking for car dealership thief
By Michael McFall
| The Salt Lake Tribune
First Published Oct 08 2013 04:36 pm • Last Updated Oct 09 2013 08:43 am
The Logan Police want the public’s help identifying a suspected opportunistic thief.
A car dealership at 95 W. 400 North had a large amount of money left out in a container Tuesday, meaning to buy a car from someone with it, said Logan City Police Assistant Chief Jeff Curtis. But that morning, a male in a green T-shirt walked into the dealership and took the money, according to the police.
Logan police were alerted to theft at 9:55 a.m.
Police are not disclosing how much money he allegedly made off with.
A surveillance camera at the business caught a fairly clear picture of him. He’s a stranger to the employees, so the police could use help identifying him. If anyone has information about him, contact Detective Robert Olson at 435-716-9300.
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