Police: Thieves steal vehicles from Haysville City Yards

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HAYSVILLE, Kan. (KAKE) -

Haysville police are asking for the public's help in catching the crooks who took two vehicles from the city yards over the weekend.

The burglary happened late Sunday evening at 401 South Jane Avenue. Police Chief Whitfield said two vehicles and miscellaneous items were taken.

Both vehicles were later recovered:  one in Wichita and the other in a rural area south of Haysville. 

Surveillance photos provided by police appear to show two potential suspects.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Haysville Police Department at (316) 529-5912.

Several other reports of burglaries occurred over the weekend in the Haysville area. Steve Dale of JoJac's Landscape and Mowing in Haysville had damage to several of his company vehicles and some of his equipment was stolen. The Sedgwick County Sheriff reports three miles south of Haysville a skid steer was stolen. In far south Wichita, Smallwood Tree Service had their wood chipper stolen. 

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