JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Somebody slowed the police’s roll: Thieves keep stealing the wheels off of the patrol cars in Mississippi’s capital city.
Jackson police spokesman Sgt. Roderick Holmes tells local news outlets that three police cars were towed Saturday after police discovered their wheels had been stolen. The cars had been parked behind a police museum in downtown Jackson. Holmes says police aren’t sure when the wheels were taken.
It’s the second time thieves have taken wheels from a Jackson patrol car in recent weeks. A car was left on blocks outside the police training academy in March in west Jackson after thieves stole tires and rims.
Holmes says police continue to investigate the thefts.
The thieves and the stolen wheels remain at large.