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UPDATE: Stolen pick-up from Pampa found in Amarillo

UPDATE: The GMC pick-up that was reported stolen in Pampa this week was found in Amarillo Thursday night.

Amarillo police say witnesses saw a man taking items from a car in a parking lot and placing them inside a white pick-up, which police identified as one of the several stolen cars from Pampa.

From there, police followed footprints in the snow and found a man matching the witness description at a Motel 6 in the 4300 block of Interstate 40.

29 year-old Sherman Lee Cooper was arrested and charged with burglary of a vehicle, as well as an outstanding traffic warrant.

It is undetermined at this time whether Cooper was behind the Pampa vehicle thefts.  

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UPDATE: Police say they found the stolen white van west of Pampa on Highway 152 late Wednesday night.

The white GMC pick-up is still at-large, as well as the suspect or suspects behind these crimes.

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Pampa, TX - Police in Pampa say they're working four cases of stolen vehicles, all of which they believe are connected.

Surveillance video shows one of the thefts taking place in the Walmart parking lot Tuesday. A suspect is shown exiting a white van which had already been reported stolen and stealing another pick-up from in front of the store.

Two of the stolen vehicles remain at large, a white Buick van with handicap tags and a late-model white GMC pick-up with a ladder rack on top.

Anyone with information regarding these crimes is urged to call pampa Crime Stoppers at 669-2222.

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