PASCO, Wash. - Middleton Farm workers got a surprise this weekend from police. The 2004 Chevy Silverado with a flatbed that was stolen from their farm back in May has been found!
They posted on Facebook "The Prodigal Has Returned!" The truck had been missing from the past two months after being stolen from their farm. It was found abandoned at an apartment complex in Kennewick.
Prior, another truck was also taken from the farm, which was quickly found. No one has been arrested for the thieves.
After spending the last two months in wild living, this Chevy hit rock bottom and was abandoned at an apartment complex in Kennewick. He finally came to his senses, called Rad Towing, and made his way back to the farm.
The farmers also joked on Facebook. "Through this ordeal, the Chevy realized that farming is the best life possible for a flatbed truck."
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