Authorities in Jamestown, North Carolina, are looking for the person responsible for the recent theft of a piece of used farm equipment that took place sometime between September 1 and September 2, according to FOX8 Winston-Salem.
Deputies with the local police department are on the hunt for the John Deere tractor that was stolen from the location in Jamestown, as the residence on Vickrey Chapel Road reported the vehicle missing early on September 2, reported the news source.
The Guilford County Sheriff's Office has noted that it currently has no suspects and is seeking any information about the incident that is available. Deputies from the department are working with the Greensboro Crimestoppers to try and solve the case, according to FOX8.
Authorities are looking for the 2007 John Deere Model 5525 tractor in the immediate surrounding area of Jamestown.
The Greensboro Crimestoppers are a group that is organized by local citizens in an effort to bring attention to past crimes that have been unresolved, according to the organization's website.