"There have been four reported stolen in the past month," BCPD Chief Larry Pierce recently told The Brazil Times.
"One was located the same day it was reported stolen by the owner, who went out to look for it. The other three have yet to be located."
According to Pierce, there is an odd twist to the case.
"Whoever is actually doing this, for whatever reason, they seem to be interested in older model trucks," he said.
Officials confirm investigators are currently looking for the following vehicles:
* 1991 GMC, gray two-tone pick-up truck, Indiana license plate NS 7714 was reported stolen on Dec. 23,
* 1992 Chevy, red two-tone pick-up truck, Indiana license plate XQ 9612 was reported stolen on Dec. 14, and
* A 1994 Chevrolet, black pick-up truck, Indiana license plate 859562 was reported stolen Dec. 29.
A 1991 GMC blue two-tone pick-up truck was reported stolen Dec. 7, however officials confirmed it was located later the same day in an area near the Edgewood subdivision on State Road 59.
Pierce said parking in a well-lit area and enabling the vehicle's car alarm are also good ways to protect a car or truck whether parked at home, while visiting someone or at work.
"Two of these vehicles were stolen without the keys being left inside the vehicles. We think this is someone who knows what they are doing when it comes to stealing cars," Pierce said.
"We urge everyone to make sure their vehicles are locked and secure no matter where they park."
If one of these vehicles is spotted somewhere, the public is also urged to contact authorities.
"Please report the location to the department," Pierce said. "The owners would appreciate getting their vehicles back as soon as possible."
To report information about this case, or any other, contact the Brazil City Police Department any time of the day at 446-2211.