Plymouth Township Police responded Oct. 9 to the 9000 block of Haggerty Road for a report of a stolen semi truck, according to a police report.
The vehicle owner told police that between Sept. 28 and Oct. 4, someone stole his red 2000 Freightliner, according to the report. He told police he had a driver drop his semi truck off at E.L. Hollingsworth on Haggerty Road for maintenance, the report said.
The man told police the shop’s mechanics noticed the truck missing on Oct. 4 and it was originally believed that a driver accidentally boarded the wrong truck. He told police the truck has a Qualcomm-brand GPS tracking system that he believed had been disabled. The latest location tracked with the system showed the truck in Plymouth, the report said.
Police entered the vehicle into their computers as stolen.
Materials reported stolen from ACH plant
Plymouth Township Police responded Oct. 13 to the ACH plant, 14425 Sheldon Road at M-14, for a report of a larceny, according to a police report.
The factory’s maintenance supervisor and security team told police at about noon that day, someone was throwing company property over the northwest fence of the ACH property, the report said. The supervisor told police he and his security team saw several metal pipes and bundles of wire lying on the ground outside of the fence. The supervisor identified the materials as company property, the report said, and told police he saw a vehicle pull into the neighborhood backing up to the factory, wait a few minutes and then leave.
The supervisor told police he was unsure if he wanted to prosecute and might handle the apparent theft internally, the report said.
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