Surveillance video from earlier this month shows a thief stealing scrap metal from a Roy business and loading it into a Ken Garff truck.
The owner couldn't believe his eyes. “It's pretty blatant that somebody is driving around in a truck that's clearly marked,” said Jason Ohlin, owner of Roy 66.
It's not the first time it’s happen. A Ken Garff spokesperson tells ABC4’s Kim Johnson they've received several reports of someone driving one of their trucks and stealing scrap metal.
But Ken Garff wants everyone to know, it's not a company employee.
“It's was one of our parts trucks that was totaled and then we sold it to a scrap yard,” said Matt Jensen, spokesperson for Ken Garff. “We assumed it would just be junked and gotten rid of.”
But the company assumed wrong. Jensen said whoever bought the truck licensed it under a fake name and address making the thief difficult to track down.
Now the company's biggest regret is not removing their logo before selling the truck.
“It's incredibly disappointing,” said Jensen. “We work so hard to build our brand and our equity and show people the good things we're trying to do in this industry and things like this really derail that process.”
The truck is an older F150 model. If you have any information, call Roy Police.