An update to a story News Three first brought you Wednesday. Police believe the two thieves accused of stealing a trailer from a Madison County business lot, got away with even more merchandise.
The suspects allegedly used the trailer to haul off four Kubota RTV heavy-duty, high-performing, utility vehicles from Normangee Tractor and Implement Company.
The company believes the suspects would have gotten away with one more, but it reportedly fell off the trailer and got stuck on nearby train tracks.
"We got a call from M & M Farm Supply when we were first arriving here that there was an RTV, one of the cab camouflage models straddling the railroad trucks, they knew that was strange," Vernon Stawnicz with Normangee Tractor and Implement Company said.
Madison County Sheriff's Officials released surveillance video of the trailer theft early this week. In the video, sheriff's investigators say it shows two suspects stealing a goose neck trailer from the Protrack trailer lot on I-45.
The truck they used was a white, 1996 extended cab Chevy, dually, without a tailgate or bumper, with a chrome diamond plate toolbox.
Detectives say the passenger is about six feet four inches tall.
If you know anything about this crime or the men who stole it call the Madison County Sheriff's office at 936-348-2755.
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