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Suspect wanted in U-Haul box truck theft

HPD is looking for a suspect who allegedly stole a U-haul truck in July. Source: HPD HPD is looking for a suspect who allegedly stole a U-haul truck in July. Source: HPD
HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

The Hattiesburg Police Department is searching for a suspect who allegedly stole a U-Haul box truck. 

According to HPD, the suspect rented the 10-foot U-Haul box truck with an Arizona tag AE48441 on July 1. He has not returned it, according to the report. 

If you have any information call 601-545-4971. 

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