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Truck reportedly stolen out of Vancleave woman's driveway

Sheriff Mike Ezell said the suspect, described as a tall white man with a slender build and beard, was caught on surveillance cameras at the home on Hazel Bounds Rd. (Photo source: Jackson County Sheriff's Department) Sheriff Mike Ezell said the suspect, described as a tall white man with a slender build and beard, was caught on surveillance cameras at the home on Hazel Bounds Rd. (Photo source: Jackson County Sheriff's Department)
VANCLEAVE, MS (WLOX) -

A Vancleave woman is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of a man who allegedly stole a truck out of her driveway early Monday morning.

Sheriff Mike Ezell said the suspect, described as a tall white man with a slender build and beard, was caught on surveillance cameras at the home on Hazel Bounds Rd.

Ezell said the gray 2007 Nissan Frontier was parked in the driveway around 9:30 p.m. Sunday and the homeowner, Debbie May, found it was missing around 9 a.m. Monday.

May told investigators she washed the truck Sunday afternoon and accidentally left the keys in the vehicle.

If you have any information that could help investigators solve this case, please call the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department at 228-769-3024 or 228-769-3065.

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