SEMA Equipment Increasing Reward for Stolen Equipment to $4,000 Per Unit

Updated: 08/08/2014 7:15 PM
Created: 08/08/2014 10:58 AM

(ABC 6 News) - A local business is offering big money to anyone who can help recover some stolen equipment.

Officials at SEMA Equipment say the latest theft took place at their Le Roy, Minnesota location Thursday night. They say three ATV units, known as gators, were stolen. Each one can cost as much as $15,000 retail. Another gator was stolen from SEMA's Wanamingo location in June and four others were taken from the Northfield location in early 2014.
As a result, SEMA Equipment is now offering a $4,000 Reward PER UNIT for information leading to the recovery of the gators. SEMA initially offered a $2,500 reward back in February.

"By increasing the reward we're hoping to catch these guys and get them off the street, because theft hurts everyone," says owner Terry Mikulecky.

Personal information will be kept confidential. You can contact Mikulecky at 507-649-0320 with information.  

The serial numbers for all stolen units are listed below.

Stolen from LeRoy, MN August 7, 2014.
1M0825GEJEM083136 - 825i Green/Yellow
1M0825GECEM086541 - 825i Green/Yellow
1M0825GSHEM081710 - 825i Green/Yellow  

Stolen from Wanamingo, MN June 22, 2014.
1M0825GECDM063811 - 825i Green/Yellow

Stolen from Northfield, MN early 2014.


Photo: SEMA Equiment