Truck stolen from Huber Heights business with worker in truck bed; suspect escapes

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The pickup was seen behind an abandoned barn, said Carr, then drove off.

“Another chase followed that took us here to a field on Haddix Road,” he said. “Due to the large area of ​​land, we called several agencies to support us.”

Representatives from the Greene County and Clark Counties sheriff’s offices responded, as did the Ohio State Highway Patrol and the Huber Heights Fire Department. OSHP dispatched an aviation unit to help with the search from above. The search also included a drone, ATV and a K-9 unit.

The officers eventually found the stolen white Ford Ranger in a wooded area.

“While we were in the vehicle, the suspect came out of hiding and ran south from us,” said Carr. “At that point, he was lost in a residential area. After that we couldn’t find him. “

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Ohio State Highway Patrol officers, the Greene and Clark sheriffs, and the Huber Heights Fire Department and Police Department searched Haddix Road for a stolen truck and suspect on Tuesday, November 30, 2021. MARSHALL GORBY / STAFF

Photo credit: Marshall Gorby

Ohio State Highway Patrol officers, the Greene and Clark sheriffs, and the Huber Heights Fire Department and Police Department searched Haddix Road for a stolen truck and suspect on Tuesday, November 30, 2021.  MARSHALL GORBY / STAFF
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Ohio State Highway Patrol officers, the Greene and Clark sheriffs, and the Huber Heights Fire Department and Police Department searched Haddix Road for a stolen truck and suspect on Tuesday, November 30, 2021. MARSHALL GORBY / STAFF

Photo credit: Marshall Gorby

Photo credit: Marshall Gorby

The pickup truck was recovered from the wooded area and the Huber Heights police were seen dusting the driver’s side for possible fingerprints.

It is not clear if the suspect was armed or why he stole the vehicle. He could face major car theft, non-compliance and kidnapping allegations, Carr said.

The sergeant also advised the public against following a suspect if his vehicle was stolen.

“You shouldn’t be handling things like that,” he said. “Just call 911 and let’s do our research. We don’t want anyone to risk their own safety. “

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