Here’s an APB you do not hear that always: Michigan State Police are in search of a small, Up North cabin that vanished, probably on the again of a trailer underneath the duvet of darkness.
“It’s kind of a weird situation,” Trooper Matthew Scott, who’s investigating the case, mentioned Wednesday. “At this point, the cabin is definitely not where it’s supposed to be. There are different motives, but that’s a detail we are trying to uncover.”
Scott mentioned the cabin proprietor, who lived in it for a few years till he left it to take up residence someplace else, lately reported the 12-foot-by-28-foot construction lacking, however he is not sure what occurred to it or why anybody would need to steal it.
The brown cabin with a white door and trim had been off County Road 571 in Coldsprings Township till it disappeared someday between Nov. 18 and Dec. 16, the final time it was seen there.
Scott mentioned he has some potential suspects.
The trooper added it probably will probably be difficult to trace down the place the cabin went now that it has been two to 3 months because it was stolen, however he did not need to give an excessive amount of data as a result of it might compromise his investigation.
“You don’t see this happen too often,” he mentioned. But, in relation to crime, “anything is possible.”
Contact Frank Witsil: 313-222-5022 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This article initially appeared on Detroit Free Press: Man reports his Up North cabin missing— now MSP is investigating