This might be the ballsiest crime of the year.

On Tuesday, July 20 between 1:15 pm and 1:37 pm, someone driving a black Dodge Dually Truck pulling a gooseneck trailer stole a Bobcat Skid-Steer Loader worth $34,000. That’s right, someone stole a Bobcat in the middle of the day, right there in front of God and everybody. The Bobcat is described as being white with a black cab.

The police have little information and are reaching out to the community for help solving the crime.

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