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Information sought on stolen excavator near Holliday

A Caterpillar 320D excavator similar to the one stolen. (Source: TSCRA) A Caterpillar 320D excavator similar to the one stolen. (Source: TSCRA)
HOLLIDAY, TX (KAUZ) -

Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association (TSCRA) Special Rangers are looking for information regarding the theft of an excavator from a ranch near Holiday.

Between the evening of February 13 and the morning of February 14, someone stole a 2009 Caterpillar model 320DL excavator from the ranch. It is believed that someone loaded it onto a trailer to steal it. The serial number on the excavator is PHX02405.

Anyone with information regarding this crime should call Special Ranger Scott Williamson at 940-636-6203 or Special Ranger John Bradshaw at 940-389-6123. All information is confidential.

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