Unique ATV Stolen in Liberty County
LIBERTY, December 11, 2014 - A very unique ATV was stolen in a theft case on FM 1011 in North Liberty County along with several other pieces of equipment. The ATV as described to Deputy James Hobson by the owner is a 2015 “Tomcar”, 4 cylinder ATV with a “camouflage” paint job, Serial # A6T57TZRKEP015040.
The owner told Dep. Hobson that what makes this make and model ATV so unique to the South East Texas area is the “Camo” paint job.
There are only ten (10) TOMCARS in the Houston and surrounding area with only four (4) having the camouflage paint jobs on them. Along with the ATV there was a 2006 287B Caterpillar, a 2014 PJ Superwide 28’ lowboy trailer, a Bobcat 226G welding machine and an Onan Engine welding trailer.
According to Dep. Hobson, the owner said that between December 5th. and December 9th, 2014, unknown person(s) entered his fenced in property and stole his machinery and trailers. Evidence found at the scene is being reviewed by Investigators of the Sheriff’s Department to attempt to determine the person(s) responsible for this theft.
If anyone has any information as to the person or persons responsible for this theft, they are ask to call the Liberty County Sheriff’s Office and give that information to Investigators.
In addition, anyone who may have information on the suspects involved in this theft are encouraged to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-392-7867. Crime Stoppers can pay up to $1,000 for such information leading to the arrest of the suspect(s) and the “tipster” WILL remain anonymous.