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Logan Wagner looking for Knoxville criminal who stole over $5K

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Sprint Car driver Logan Wagner is looking for a thief. He said that the man allegedly stole over $5,000 while he was merely feet away.

This happened while Wagner was racing at Knoxville Raceway in Knoxville, Iowa. He is offering a $500 reward in locating the person responsible.

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“Racing community please SHARE this post and help us find the criminal who stole over 5k out of my t-shirt trailer and attempted to break into multiple other trailers at Knoxville,” Wagner said in a Facebook post. The racing community has strength in numbers and we together can find this guy. He watched me as I loaded my dirt bike in the back of my t-shirt trailer at 1:12 am. The Criminal snuck in the back of my trailer, stole the money, and was out in seconds as I stood 20ft away talking to Brian Brown.”

He said that Kyle from BeKind donated $1,250 dollars. Wagner said he’s paying $750 to Parker Price-Miller, who was involved in a crash on the first lap of the feature of the Knoxville Nationals.

The remaining $500 is being offered to help find the man responsible for the theft.

“No one in racing is more deserving than Parker and I’m sure everyone will agree,” Wagner said. “Despite what I went through it does not compare to PPM leaving the Nationals in an ambulance. #BeKind. All we ask from our fans is to continue purchasing merchandise. Your merchandise sales are our living and we want to continue providing that ROI service.”

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If you have any information on the theft, you are asked to contact 641-828-0554 or contact

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Anthony Caruso III
Anthony Caruso III
Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the sports journalism field since 2002 and has covered numerous high-profile events, including 11 Heisman Trophy ceremonies.
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