Theft from Ag-Pro Bainbridge

REWARD OFFERED:

Between 11pm on Wednesday, November 29 and 3:30am on Thursday, November 30, Ag-Pro Companies, located at 1931 Dothan Road, was the victim of a theft totaling approximately $85,000.

Video surveillance shows three vehicles travel south on Airport Road and approach AG-PRO:

1) A white passenger car, possibly a Chrysler 300

2) A white single-cab Dodge flatbed truck towing a utility trailer with fold-down ramps approximately 16 feet in length

3) A white extended-cab truck, possibly a Chevrolet 1500, with a service truck bed

The white passenger car is shown approaching a fence on the east side of the property. A subject exits the car, and the car travels around to the front of the building. Throughout the video, it is shown driving back and forth in front of the building as if on “look-out.”

A gate on the west side of the building is shown being forced opened, allowing the two white trucks to enter the fenced area. The trailer, towed by the single-cab truck, is disconnected. That trailers, as well as two Ag-Pro trailers, are shown being loaded with zero-turn mowers and four-wheelers taken from the lot. The subject’s white single-cab flatbed truck is also loaded with stolen equipment. Two trailers are then attached to both of the subject’s trucks. The third trailer is attached to an AG-PRO crew cab truck, sitting on the lot. All three trucks are then driven through the gate, and onto Airport Road. The white passenger car joins the convoy, and they are last seen traveling west on Dothan Road.

Stolen:
2009 Chevrolet 1500 4-door truck – White, with AG-PRO on each side door – Georgia plate #PHL7847

2015 Big-Tex 6’x14’ Utility Trailer – Black with wood deck

1997 Anderson 6’x10’ Utility Trailer – Black – Georgia plate #TL7MQ02

(3) John Deere JD825GE Green and Yellow 4-wheel “Gator”

(3) John Deere JDZ930M Green and Yellow Zero-Turn Skid-Steer Lawn Mower

Ag-Pro is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the subjects involved in the theft. Anyone with information is asked to contact Investigator Chip Nix at 229-726-4119.

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