Mobile home stolen from the River Meadows Trailer Park over weekend
Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado
GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colorado ” Glenwood resident Ed West was surprised Easter Sunday when he went outside to find his 38-foot mobile home was missing from his driveway.
“I went out the night before, made sure it was locked, and went inside,” West said. “The next day, when I came out, I noticed it was gone.”
According to West, the vehicle was stolen between Saturday evening and 10 a.m. Sunday morning from his River Meadows Trailer Park home in Glenwood Springs.
Police took a report Sunday, and the description of the 1997 Fleetwood Bounder was entered into the national computer system for stolen vehicles, according to Glenwood Police Lt. Bill Kimminau.
West, 81, said that he suspected that the vehicle was taken by a man that had done some work for him in the past. However, police said that they contacted the man West named and determined that he had not taken the mobile home.
Kimminau said that police are still looking for the vehicle and that they have no suspects at this time.
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