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Reward offered to catch service truck theft suspect, possible accomplice

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Surveillance images of a service truck theft suspect and a possible accomplice following in a black car (Images from Marion Co. Sheriff's Office) Surveillance images of a service truck theft suspect and a possible accomplice following in a black car (Images from Marion Co. Sheriff's Office)
WOODBURN, OR (KPTV) -

The Marion County Sheriff's Office has released a surveillance image of a man suspected of jumping over a locked gate and stealing a service truck from a Woodburn area business.

It happened at 10 p.m. Jan. 20 at Monitor Telephone Cooperative on the 15000 block of Woodburn Monitor Road Northeast.

Investigators said the man entered an unlocked truck belonging to a contractor associated with the phone company and started it with keys that were left in the ignition.

The suspect then drove through the locked gate, damaging the fence.

Deputies believe the suspect was being followed by a black car. A surveillance image of that car was also released by the sheriff's office.

The truck was recovered at a Pilot Truck Stop on Jan. 29, but no arrests have been made.

Investigators are asking for the public's help identifying the man or locating the black car believed to be involved in the theft.

The Marion County Sheriff's Office is offering a cash reward for information that leads to an arrest in this case. Anyone with information is asked to call Sergeant Don Parise at 503-932-8483.

A silver van pictured in one of the surveillance images is not believed to be connected to the investigation.

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