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Roller coaster stolen from Ohio fair

Chris Pastrick
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The Union County Sheriff’s Office in Marysville, Ohio, is on the lookout for a stolen roller coaster.

Crime certainly has its ups and downs. And a recent theft in Ohio just goes to prove it.

Police in Marysville, Ohio, were called to investigate the theft of a roller coaster from the Union County Fairgrounds.

The stolen ride — the Go-Gator — is a kiddie coaster, described as a moderate thrill ride with six cars with small passengers (height requirement of 36 inches).

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The Union County Sheriff’s Office in Marysville, Ohio, posted about the crime on Facebook, writing “The roller coaster was on a purple and green trailer and has alligator-designed train cars, about 20 ft. total length.”

Police are trying track down the culprit — or culprits. According to the report, whoever made off with it was driving a white Dodge RAM 2500 with Maine plates and was hauling the stolen trailer.

Luckily for police, a traffic camera snagged a photo of the truck — and the stolen roller coaster.

Chris Pastrick is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Chris at 412-320-7898, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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