Pasco Police and the owner of a white Ram pickup truck sure would like some help to find the suspects who took off in the vehicle Friday night and crashed it.

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According to the Police report, the owner left the truck in the 400 block of North Douglas with the keys in it and the doors unlocked. This was at about 7 pm. The owner went to sleep after.

Sometime after midnight, the truck hit a parked car in the 200 block of North Elm, where the right front wheel was torn off. The truck continued to the 800 block where it stopped. A resident in the area heard a loud noise and went out to check. He witnessed the truck on three wheels and two men exiting.

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One of the males said, "Don't call." Of course, the resident called Police.

When Police arrived at the scene, they discovered the truck was registered to a man in West Pasco. An officer went to the address on the registration and was told the owner does NOT live at that address but lives somewhere near Ochoa Middle School. (near the north end of North Elm) That guy didn't know the owner's exact address.

An officer back-tracked the route of the truck and found the missing wheel and damaged parked car in the 200 block of Elm.

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Police never did locate or hear from the pickup owner for the rest of the night.

On Saturday morning, the owner was awake and reported his truck stolen. An officer met him at his new address in the 400block of North Douglas. The owner reported that he had NO IDEA who took the truck.

Pasco Police are asking anyone with any information to call Dispatch at 509-628-0333.

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