According to the Sheriff's Office, the victim's neighbor returned to his home on Geyer Springs Road last Friday and noticed the trailer was missing from the west side of his residence.
During the investigation, two other neighbors came forward and told deputies they observed a light gray SUV (possibly a Chevrolet Tahoe), with a heavy-set black female with red hair sitting in the passenger seat pulling the trailer behind it, according to a Sheriff's report.
Another neighbor said he heard what sounded like something being dragged down the street, then got up and saw the same vehicle pulling the trailer, and the investigating deputy reported seeing drag marks from where the trailer was parked leading to the roadway.
The Sheriff's Office says the suspect vehicle is a light gray, 2000-2005, four-door Chevrolet Tahoe with tinted windows. The vehicle was driven by an undescribed black male and occupied by a black female described as 28-32 years old, with medium complexion, medium build, with "bright" red hair that was shoulder length.
The estimated total value for the trailer and items contained on it is $4,000.