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Pope County Police Searching for Stolen Vehicle

Updated: 08/23/2014 7:55 PM
Created: 08/23/2014 7:39 PM WDIO.com

The Starbuck Police Department is searching for one of two vehicles stolen on Wednesday, Aug. 6 from the 600 block of John Street in the City of Starbuck.

Starbuck is located in Pope County south of Alexandria.

The Starbuck Police Department has recovered the second vehicle, and are still attempting to locate the second, which is a 2005 Gold Dodge Caravan, bearing Minnesota License Plate 670 HVY.

Suspect Colton Armstrong is 18 years old and has a current felony warrant for motor vehicle theft.

If you have information on the whereabouts of this wanted person, and the location of this stolen vehicle, please contact the Starbuck Police Department at 320-239-2311.

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