Titusville Theft Victim Uses Drone, Social Media to Track Stolen Camper to Chop Shop

By  //  January 27, 2019

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ABOVE VIDEO: Like a relentless detective, Steve Souba got crime results finding his stolen camper. He said he’s been doing his own investigating as far back as November when he first contacted Titusville police. (WKMG video)

BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA (WKMG) – Like a relentless detective, Steve Souba got crime results finding his stolen camper. He said he’s been doing his own investigating as far back as November when he first contacted Titusville police.

According to the police report, someone broke the lock on Souba’s $30,000 trailer, which was posted for sale, and towed it away from a parking lot on Cheney Highway.

“They came and jacked it in the middle of the night,” Souba said.

The thieves appeared to be long gone until this month, when a Ford F-250 pickup truck was stolen from the same spot on Cheney Highway. The pickup was later discovered at a scrapyard in Christmas.

“It clicked. I was like, ‘My camper’s here somewhere.’ So, I built a Facebook page called ‘Local Thieves,'” Souba said.

Tips started coming in, leading Souba to a property on Bartholemew Street.

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