JCSO Searching for $50k Worth of Stolen Equipment

The Jackson County Sheriffs Office is asking the public for help in attempting to locate stolen equipment valued at over $50k.

Sometime between Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning more than $50,000 worth of equipment was stolen from the 6000 block of Table Rock Rd. in Central Point.

A large metal gate appears to have been rammed, gaining access to the back of the woodlot. From there, two storage units were broken into.

Missing items include:- 2006 Takeuchi TL130 Skid steer (pictured), red/grey colored with an “Extreme Elements” sticker and ½ inch hole drilled in the bucket for a hitch, valued at $35,000.- 2020 Honda Quad, TRX250TM “FourTrax Recon,” red, valued at $5500.- 1996 Honda ATV, red, valued at $5000.- 2021 Stihl MS462 Chainsaw with 28” bar, orange, valued at $1200.- 2021 Briggs 27T log splitter, black, valued at $1000.Other missing items include chainsaws, log splitters, weedeaters, gas cans, helmets, tools, bb and pellet guns, and bar oil.If you have seen this equipment or have any information for investigators please call ECSO dispatch at (541) 776-7206 and reference JCSO case #21-4857.