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Stolen trucks prompt warning from gas company

The Daily Times staff
Crime

FARMINGTON — The New Mexico Gas Company is warning customers to ask for identification from employees after two company trucks were stolen.

Two white Ford trucks were reported stolen this morning from a Farmington service yard, according to a company press release.

A gate to the service yard was found damaged and open when employees arrived for work. The Farmington Police Department is investigating the case.

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One of the trucks — a white 2007 Ford F-250 short-bed truck with the New Mexico Gas Company logo on a door — has been recovered.

A white Ford 3-50 extended-bed truck with a white rack over the back window and no company logo is still reported stolen.

Customers are urged to ask anyone who claims to be a New Mexico Gas Company employee for their identification, as all employees have identification and wear uniforms.

Anyone with information about the stolen vehicles is encouraged to call the company at 1-888-664-2726 or nonemergency dispatch at 505-334-6622.