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$30,000 in Tools and Equipment Stolen from Repair Shop

Approximately $30,000 in tools and equipment was recently stolen from Gearheads Auto Repair in Jackson, MO. The thieves also took the keys to all the customers’ vehicles.

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Approximately $30,000 in tools and equipment was recently stolen from Gearheads Auto Repair in Jackson, MO. The thieves also took the keys to all the customers’ vehicles.

Below is the article as it appeared on the Southeast Missourian website.


Tools, electronics stolen from Jackson auto repair shop

Sunday, April 29, 2012
Southeast Missourian

The Cape Girardeau County Sheriff’s Department on Friday was investigating a burglary that occurred just outside Jackson sometime after 8:30 p.m. Thursday, according to Lt. Robert Hull.

When employees arrived for work early Friday at Gearheads Auto Repair, 3961 Highway 25, they found that about $30,000 in tools, computers and other diagnostic equipment was missing from the store, said store owner Amy Ybarra.

"There was a substantial amount of tools and stuff taken, but that’s all I know right now," Hull said.

The entire back door to the business, including the frame, had been pried off the structure, Ybarra said.

To read the entire article on the Southeast Missourian website, click HERE.

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