A pickup truck was stolen from a commuter lot in Bradford.
On July 30 at about 8 p.m., South Simcoe police were called after a vehicle was stolen.
A 46-year-old Bradford man said he had parked his 2014 white Dodge Ram crew cab at 5:30 a.m. in the lot, located at County Road 88 and Highway 400. When he returned from work at about 7:30 p.m., the truck was gone.
The four-door pickup truck has an Ontario license plate AJ 67065. It has a black, cloth Lund tonneau cover, tinted glass, running boards, a sport hood with two black hood scoops and a custom chrome tail light.
There were also two child seats in the back.
Police are asking anyone with information to contact South Simcoe police at , or Crime Stoppers at .
South Simcoe police want to remind residents to “lock it or lose it” and share their top 10 tips to protect your vehicle and its contents:
— Ensure doors are always locked and the key is in your pocket.
— Park in well-lit areas.
— Never leave money in plain sight.
— Always roll up your car windows.
— Put shopping bags and other parcels in the trunk.
— Ensure GPS is put in a safe, out-of-sight location.
— Keep vehicle registration certificate and proof of insurance on you.
— Take electronics, including your cellphone, with you.
— Don’t leave your car running unattended.
— If parking in the same lot often, park in different spots each day.