Update (11 a.m., Aug. 16: According to Mike Harmon Racing on Facebook, surveillance cameras spotted its trailer traveling south on Interstate 95 toward Florida this morning, Aug. 16
Mike Harmon Racing, which fields the No. 47 and No. 74 Chevrolets in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, reported Sunday morning (Aug. 16) that its dually and 32-foot trailer, which includes race equipment and its No. 47 racecar, was stolen overnight
According to the team, the theft occurred between the hours of 2 a.m. and 6 a.m. ET in Kingsland, Ga., located approximately 126 miles north of Daytona International Speedway on Interstate 95 in southeast Georgia.
??? BOLO STOLEN???
PLEASE READ INFORMATION BELOW
CAL YOUR LOCAL POLICE
DEPT IF YOU SEE OUR HAULER AND DULLEY!!!
Someone knows something!!! pic.twitter.com/TIx8IfFQLm
— Mike Harmon Racing (@mhrracing) August 16, 2020
The team stated in its social media messaging that it is working with the Kingsland Police Department regarding the reported theft. Police have not yet released a statement at press time.
The incident came after both MHR entries posted top-20 finishes in Saturday’s race at the Daytona International Speedway Road Course with Bayley Currey finishing 14th in the No. 74 car and Kyle Weatherman 17th in the No. 47 entry.
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