YEADON, Pa. (WPVI) --Nearly $20,000 worth of items were stolen from a man's racing trailer. And even though the thieves were caught on camera, they remain on the loose.
Linwood Morris tells us, "November 24th or 25th, my trailer was stolen on a Tuesday night around midnight."
Morris says his racing trailer was stolen out of an industrial park along the 6200 block of Baltimore Avenue in Yeadon.
He says cameras on the lot captured images of two vehicles towing it out.
"What appears to be a red C-15 Chevy truck with a special cap on the back, special wheels, and along with him is a black Range Rover with black wheels and it has a black license plate," he said.
Morris' trailer was recovered but everything inside was gone.
He tells us, "My race truck, my golf cart, two tents I had that we use in the summertime, generator, battery charger, air compressor, timing gun, electric wrench, electric drill, everything I need to work at the track away from home."
He estimates the property is worth about $20,000.
Morris says, "I'm offering a reward a $1,000 reward that leads to the arrest and conviction of someone. If I don't get my stuff back I want someone to go to jail."
All you have to do is call the citizens crime commission at 215-546-tips. All calls will remain anonymous.