The Royal Canadian Mounted Police have few leads and no suspects for the theft of an agricultural vehicle in the Alberta Province, as the search continues for the stolen item, according to the Grand Prairie Herald-Tribune.
Fort St. John authorities are puzzled by the disappearance of the $80,000 450 J Dozer, as the vehicle was taken from a residence in a desolate part of the town, and the thief has not left any major clues, the news source reported.
The theft occurred more than 30 miles away from the center of the town sometime between July 21 and July 24, though it is likely that the dozer would be able to get a fair distance away from the scene of the crime, reported the Tribune.
Authorities are searching the Wonowon area for evidence of the tractors whereabouts, but they currently have been unable to locate any evidence, according to the news source.
New versions of the John Deere Crawler Dozers are available, ranging from models that feature 105 horsepower to those with 335 horsepower, the company website reported.
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