Manheim Auto Auction search for two stolen vehicles

Manheim Auto Auction search for two stolen vehicles

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Manheim Auto Auction is reaching out to the public for any leads on two stolen vehicles.

On July 4, seven vehicles were stolen from Manheim Auto Auction located off of Highway 87 an 98th Street.

Five of the seven vehicles have been recovered.

The two vehicles that are still missing are a 2016 black Dodge Ram pickup and a 2013 red Dodge Charger.

"July has the highest automobile thefts in the state of Texas," said Mandy Myers with intelligence analysis. "It's actually car awareness month as well here at the task force, but we don't really have a reason for that. It is always just consistently year after year the highest rate of stolen vehicles."

If you have any information about the stolen vehicles, contact any of the following numbers:

Lubbock County Sheriff's Office: (806) 775-1600

Auto Theft Task Force: (806) 775-1569

CrimeLine: (806) 741-1000

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