At approximately 8:51 PM the day after Christmas the steel gates securing the lot were removed at the hinge posts and vehicles were removed from the premises. The vehicles are described as a 1988 GMC full size pickup with a regular cab, used as a washtruck , GC3, Oregon plate CU34254. It has a 300 gallon opaque water tank in the bed with a pump system mounted towards the tailgate behind the tank. The truck is red in color with no other major distinguishing description.
A 2014 31 foot KEYSTONE Sprinter tow behind travel trailer. White fiberglass with a burgundy color stripe, 2 axle and a large slide. 2014 Keystone Sprinter model 278 , actual length @ 31 feet. Washington plate 1709-YN expires 5/16. It’s believed that the trailer was towed away with the wash truck.
A 1990 34 foot Fleetwood Bounder Class A gas powered dual rear wheel motor home. Oregon plate HC74736 expires 6/16. No slide outs, but has 2 entrance doors on the passenger side. Tan overall with an orange horizontal stripe.
The two individuals pictured below were seen on camera attempting to remove a battery from another vehicle on the premises. Described as one male and one female caucasian in late 20’s early 30’s. Male was wearing a swoosh logo hoodie with jeans and the female had a dark jacket with fur trimmed hood and jeans.
Contact the Josephine County Sheriff’s Office if you observe either the vehicles or possible suspects.