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Vandalism at West Fork Farms

By Empriss Campbell
By ecampbell@wbbjtv.com

Dennis Strickland, the owner of West Fork Farms, in Saulsbury says tens of thousands of dollars in equipment has been taken or destroyed from his property and he wants it to stop.

Strickland says the suspected vandals have stolen more than $60,000 worth of equipment.

Just last week Strickland found his Kubota 4-wheeler on fire.

He says the thieves also broke into his house and stole eight guns and trashed the place.

"This here is kind of aggravating me and I'm just quite upset," said Strickland.

Strickland says the robbers used a bolt cutter to cut the lock on the gate.

He says the area where his farm is located has a history of problems and he says its time for somebody to step up and try to resolve them.

"They set the actual Kubota on fire in front of the storage building which lead us to believe that it was some kind of revenge mode," said Chief Deputy Steaven Joy, Hardeman County Sheriff's Department.

Strickland is offering a $5,000 reward for any information that will lead to a conviction.

If you have any information that could help, call the Hardeman Sheriff's Department.
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