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Sheriff's Department trying to pinpoint theft search

The Kewaunee County Sheriff's Department made headway in locating a suspect behind recent thefts in the area and is welcoming public assistance in continuing progress. The department recently opened an investigation into numerous thefts of catalytic converters from vehicles in Kewaunee County. Recent calls have offered a description of a light-colored pickup as the possible suspect’s vehicle. 

 

Sheriff Matt Joski says they are receiving calls regarding the thefts at any time of the day or night. As far as location, they are getting reports primarily out of northern Kewaunee County. He says people should call the sheriff’s office immediately if they see something suspicious, and physically remain at a distance rather than approach the situation. 

 

 

He adds that it is especially helpful if people are able to gather a license plate number on the suspicious vehicle. The vehicle description and photo from the Sheriff’s office are placed below. 

 

 

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