Kiddie roller coaster stolen in Ohio

By Wade Sheridan
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Sept. 6 (UPI) -- A Go-Gator kiddie roller coaster was stolen from the Union County Fairgrounds in Marysville, Ohio.

The Union County Sheriff's Office is looking for a white, Dodge Ram with a flatbed that was spotted by a traffic camera taking the roller coaster.


The truck was seen pulling the purple and green trailer that contained the roller coaster. The ride was reported as stolen on Aug. 28.

The trailer has a license plate that was registered in Maine. The truck had no visible front plate.

The Go-Gator can be found at carnivals and state fairs and is meant for children to ride. The roller coaster, which is worth about $50,000, has alligator-themed cars that measure 20 feet in length.

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