Arrests made connected to stolen trucks in Goshen

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Two men are accused of stealing two box trucks from a Goshen company.

The theft was reported by the facility manager of the Supreme Corporation in Goshen.

The manager said video revealed two men around 2:30 a.m. being dropped off at the south gate.

One of the men was thought to be carrying a saw.

40 minutes later, the two stolen box trucks left the grounds.

The following day, the Goshen Police had been contacted by the Mishawaka Police to report an incident involving two suspicious trucks.

There officers found saws and saw blades in one of the trucks.

41-year-old Jermie Butler and 44-year-old Jeffery Fye were arrested.

Both men are being charged with theft valued at over $50,000.

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