MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - Montgomery Police have located the missing vehicles which were stolen from the Elmore County Humane Society, according to officials.
The two missing pickup trucks were found in South Montgomery Monday night, Rea Cord with the Elmore County Humane Society says. The black F-150 was found to be out of gas. Otherwise, both vehicles appear to be okay with no noticeable damage.
According to Central Alabama CrimeStoppers, the vehicles were found on a side street near Narrow Lane Road.
Due to the age of the black F-150, Cord says it had to be towed back to the shelter.
Both vehicles were found to have been taken Monday morning after three suspects broke into the shelter. The suspects appeared to have jimmied open the back door and broke the glass of the door leading to the office. They then rummaged through the office until they came across the keys to the shelter's vehicles.
Wetumpka Police have released photos of the suspects. It appears all three were wearing some sort of mask over their faces. If you can identify any of the suspects in the surveillance photos, you're asked to call police.
Cord says the dogs and cats were not harmed during the course of the burglary.