SCSO seeks public help in solving theft case

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SMELTERVILLE – The Shoshone County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public for any infomration regarding a theft that occurred in Smelterville.

Detective Lee states that a Ford Explorer had been parked by its owner in the open lot next to Interstate-90, just east of Airport Road near the old wood mill, for roughly three months. The location is visible from I-90 and Airport Road.

During the last two weeks, it is believed that someone stole the rims and tires from the vehicle in addition to damaging it.

“It is possible someone may have seen suspicious activity in that area that may lead us to recovering the owners property,” Lee stated.

If you have any information regarding this theft, please contact Detective Jeff Lee at 208-556-1114.

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