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Woman found in Colorado Springs to have truckload of stolen items, including truck itself

By: Chhun Sun
May 9, 2018 Updated: May 10, 2018 at 7:33 am
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Ayla Lee. Photo courtesy Colorado Springs Police Department.

A woman allegedly driving a stolen pickup truck was found early Wednesday to have other stolen items in the vehicle, police said.

Ayla Lee, 28, was arrested after an officer pulled her over just after 3 a.m. in the 2900 block of Tremont Street in a vehicle with reportedly stolen license plates, police said. In the back of the truck was a stolen motorcycle and several stolen construction tools, police said.

Police found inside the vehicle more reportedly stolen items, including mail, packages and at least 10 credit cards and ID cards.

Lee is suspected of motor vehicle theft and several other offenses.

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