Police need help identifying man suspected in theft of $2K handmade saddle

A man suspected of stealing a handmade saddle worth over $2,000 from the Smith & Edwards sporting goods and surplus store in Ogden is seen holding the saddle in this store surveillance image. Police are asking for help identifying him.

A man suspected of stealing a handmade saddle worth over $2,000 from the Smith & Edwards sporting goods and surplus store in Ogden is seen holding the saddle in this store surveillance image. Police are asking for help identifying him. (Smith & Edwards)



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OGDEN — Police are asking for help identifying a man suspected of stealing a handmade saddle worth over $2,000 from a sporting goods and surplus store.

The theft happened at the Smith & Edwards store, 3936 N. 2000 West, in Ogden. Stills from security footage show a man with a white beard, wearing a purple T-shirt, carrying the DL Moe saddle out of the store on July 26, according to a post on the Weber County Sheriff's Office Facebook page.

Witnesses told police that the suspect left in a gold-colored truck with a chrome push bar. The truck's make and model are unknown.

Anyone with information is asked to call detectives at 801-778-6631 and reference case 22WC28011.

Police are asking for help identifying a man suspected of stealing a handmade saddle worth over $2,000 from sporting goods and surplus store Smith & Edwards in Ogden.
Police are asking for help identifying a man suspected of stealing a handmade saddle worth over $2,000 from sporting goods and surplus store Smith & Edwards in Ogden. (Photo: Smith & Edwards)

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