Well Drilling Truck, Surveillance shows suspect steal truck from Fresno Co. well drilling company-Arthur and Orum Well Drilling have two dogs and over 12 surveillance cameras.A man who arrived shortly before three in the morning did not raise the dogs, but walked with several cameras, one of them in the main stock.
“When we finally had a good face, he had a mask,” says Steve Arthur.The man takes a screwdriver from the store, stores it and removes the rest.Immediately go to one of the service cars, find the keys to the umbrella and go to the main door.
You can see it through the trees on the streets.After about an hour, the workers realized that the door was open, the lock had been closed and the truck had disappeared.All the vehicles had GPS that Arthur could use a few miles away: he lost all the equipment worth around $ 20,000.
“Welders, torches, all hand tools, tube wrenches, what you can put on an official car,” Arthur said. “He also took the gas into the tank and it seemed like the other truck was overtaken and filled with diesel.”
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About 40 minutes before the suspect appears in the video, cameras show a platform that comes from the same location on the other side. Arthur thinks he’s a partner.
And he suspects that the biggest suspect is a former employee.
“He knew exactly where he was,” Arthur said. “I knew where the cameras were.”
On Wednesday afternoon, the forklift truck was replaced by a retailer by checking and providing it with new keys.Although Arthur says that insurance cover most of the cost of the stolen device, they still have to replace it.Arthur says the California Highway Patrol has left the report. However, the company provides $ 2,000 of information that leads to convictions.