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STOLEN ATV: Arctic Cat ATV Stolen in Wayne County Tennessee

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A subcontractor working on the property stole numerous items including the 4 wheeler. The trailer, welder and chainsaw was recovered at the individuals residence. The 4 wheeler has not been recovered. Ive had this 4 wheeler since 2000, all of the children have enjoyed riding it. I would love to get it back.

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