The family of Scott Logdon are looking for a stolen truck.
The 1995 Dodge pickup was driven right off the lot of a repair shop. According to the Kelly Blue Book, the truck isn’t worth much. But to the Logdon family, it is priceless.
That’s because the truck belonged to Scott Logdon, who died of leukemia in September 2015. He used it to haul firewood around. To pull the family camper. That sort of thing.
“It’s just a beat up old farm truck,” said Scott Logdon’s widow, Angela Logdon. “It means a lot to our family.”
Angela said the truck sat in the yard after Scott died. Their son, Austin, wanted to get it back on the road. She said Austin planned to drive it to college next year.
In addition to studying and playing football, Austin works weekends to earn enough money to repair the truck.
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