Lordstown PD warns of stolen All Terrain Vehicles

The Lordstown Police Department posted an alert on their Facebook page about stolen ATVs close to their area

LORDSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) – Several stolen ATVs were recovered in Trumbull County on Tuesday in the southeast side of Warren, according to Major Thomas Stewart with the Sheriff’s Department.

Early Tuesday afternoon, the Lordstown Police Department posted an alert on their Facebook page about the ATVs being stolen close to their area.

“We are aware that there have been multiple garages/sheds being broken into in which ATVs are being stolen. These are occurring in the Newton Township/Newton Falls/Braceville and Southington areas. This is a reminder to all of our residents to secure all doors including sheds/garages and out buildings that contain any valuable belongings. If you see any suspicious activity, please contact the police department at 330-824-2545 or 911,” read the Facebook post.

According to Lordstown Police Chief Brent Milhoan, no ATVs had been stolen from the Lordstown area as of Tuesday afternoon, but the police department wanted to post an alert just in case it happens in their area for people to lock up their belongings.

Stewart said no arrests have been made as of 3 p.m. The thefts are currently under investigation.

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