Melbourne Police Department Seeks Suspects Who Stole Irrigation System Equipment and Pickup Truck

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The unknown subjects stole maintenance and irrigation system equipment and a pickup truck

The Melbourne Police Department is requesting assistance in identifying the subjects who broke into the City of Melbourne Mallard’s Landing Golf Course maintenance garage during the overnight hours of April 21. (Melbourne PD image)

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, LORIDA – The Melbourne Police Department is requesting assistance in identifying the suspects who broke into the City of Melbourne Mallard’s Landing Golf Course maintenance garage during the overnight hours of April 21.

The unknown suspects stole maintenance and irrigation system equipment, as well as a City of Melbourne Parks Department 2007 Ford Ranger Extended Cab pickup truck.

One particular item stolen was a TORO Sprinkler Control Computer and Irrigation Monitoring System.

Surveillance video shows three individuals arrive at the Walmart located at 1101 Beville Rd in Daytona Beach at approximately 8:32 a.m. on April 22, in the stolen City of Melbourne truck.

The suspects were accompanied by a white unknown make pickup truck with a U-Haul logo along the right side. (Melbourne PD image)

They were accompanied by a white unknown make pickup truck with a U-Haul logo along the right side.

Later this same day, the stolen City of Melbourne pickup truck was recovered at 2531 Grey Ln in Mims, FL, still running and missing all the stolen equipment.

If anyone has additional information or can identify these suspects, please contact Detective Jennewein with the Melbourne Police Department Criminal Investigations Division at (321) 608-6731 or CRIMELINE at 1-800-423-TIPS.

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The unknown subjects stole maintenance and irrigation system equipment, as well as a City of Melbourne Parks Department 2007 Ford Ranger Extended Cab pickup truck. (Melbourne PD image)