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Utility vehicle stolen from Steuben County dealership

New York State Police are asking for the public’s help finding a utility vehicle that was stolen in Steuben County.

A Kubota RTV900 was stolen from a dealership in Woodhull, New York.

Troopers say the vehicle is described as an orange and black vehicle with two seats and a bed.

It’s presumed that the vehicle was taken on Saturday, December 5th before sunrise. It was last seen traveling east on Route 417.

Anyone in the Woodhull and Osceola, Pennsylvania areas, who may have observed an improperly loaded UTV, or may have home surveillance video of the roadways in front of their residence are asked to contact the New York State Police at (607) 962-3282.

Anyone wishing to report suspicious activity within the Town of Woodhull area can do so by contacting 911.