CADDO PARISH (KTAL) - Harold 'Holly' Hollenshead, owner of 'HHH Motors Antiques & Classics', is offering a large reward for vehicles that were stolen from a warehouse in Vivian, Louisiana over Memorial Day weekend.
A total of 8 cars were stolen, 4 have been recovered, but 4 remain missing. Some of the cars are custom or classic and should be easy to spot or identify. They are a 2001 maroon Chevy Corvette with a distinctive hood cowling, a 1982 Jeep Wrangler with 'Renegade' graphics, a custom 1979 Chevy Pickup with 'Gone Country' painted on the tailgate, and a 2007 2-door Jaguar XK Coupe.
Information leading to the recovery of the vehicles in good condition will net $750 per auto, or $5,000 for all 4.
"I felt like it would be appropriate to put out a reward substantial enough so if somebody has information, they will be well rewarded for that information," says Hollenshead.
The first person to leave a credible tip that leads to recovery will receive the cash reward. Hollenshead says there will be no questions asked. To leave a tip, the contact line is 318-221-4959.
Four persons were arrested in connection with the thefts in early June.
Recovered vehicles have been found in Louisiana, Texas, and Arkansas.
Pictures of the vehicles still missing:
2001 Chevrolet Corvette
1979 Chevy Pickup 'Gone Country' painted on tailgate
1982 Jeep Wrangler 'Renegade'
2007 Jaguar XK Coupe (Stock Photo)
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