The Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office, along with Crime Stoppers, are still seeking information on a stolen LED stop sign that was taken back in August.
The theft happened on August 16th, only a couple of days after the signs were installed at the intersection of County Farm Road and County Road 300 South. The signs were installed with the help of a donation of nearby resident Cynthia Roderick, who donated $2,500 toward the signs.
The sign features eight bright red LED lights around the border that roughly blink every second. Crime Stoppers is now offering an enhanced reward for information leading to the recovery of the sign and/or credible information on those responsible for the theft.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers.