LCUB Truck Stolen

 The Daily Digest-A Lenoir City Utilities Board employee called authorities after he returned home Friday morning to find his company truck, which he had left the keys in, had been stolen from his residence.
According to records, a LCUB truck was stolen from an employee's residence.  The complainant, Mr. Shane Bailey, Northview Drive, Lenoir City stated he left his house around 9:00 a.m., Friday morning and his work truck #8 was parked at his residence.  When he returned home at approximately 12:00 p.m., the truck was gone.
Mr. Bailey said he checked with LCUB and no one came and got the truck.  It was described as a white 1999 Ford F-250 with a #8 on the front fenders.
Shane Bailey advised he left the keys in it.
The truck was an LCUB work truck and had LCUB decals on the front doors.  It was entered into NCIC.  The estimated value of the truck is $10,000.
Corporal Chip Matthews, LCSO took the report.  The investigation is ongoing.