Troopers seek information in Marshall County theft case

The Kentucky State Police says it wants your help solving a theft of more than $100,000 in equipment from a Marshall County construction site last week. 

KSP says the theft happened sometime between 3 p.m. on Aug, 3 and 10 a.m. on Aug 4. at the Interstate 24/Interstate 69 interchange. Troopers say crews returned to work on Aug. 4 and discovered that several Trimble GPS receivers and control boxes were missing from construction equipment at the job site. 

Troopers are asking for information from anyone traveling in that area during that time who may have seen suspicious activity at the construction site or any vehicles parked along the side of I-24 or I-69.

KSP says Travelers Insurance is offering a reward up to $4,000 for information related to the theft. You can call contact Detective Cory Hamby at KSP Post 1, 270-856-3721 if you have relevant information. 

KSP also included a reward bulletin, which we have included below this story.

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