Greeneville police continue to search for a silver 2003 Toyota Tacoma pickup truck following its theft from outside the 911 offices on Union Street on Tuesday. Two people face charges in connection with the theft.
The truck was stolen about 8:30 p.m., according to a report by Officer Jackie Tweed.
The victim stated that he left the vehicle about 4:30 p.m. Tweed's report said the doors were unlocked, and the keys were left in it.
Surveillance video showed a blue car believed to be the suspect's vehicle pulling up to the Union Street property.
The police department report says a male got out of the car and walked toward Irish Street. A female then got out of the vehicle, approached the truck and appeared to remove items from it.
Tweed's report says the female left in the truck a short time later, nearly striking the car while pulling away.
A blue car believed to have been the one shown in surveillance footage was later found and stopped on Bernard Avenue.
The driver, Savannaha M. Odum, age 26, of Main Street, Mosheim, admitted being with another individual, Jodie Lamb Crum, 27, of Old Snapps Ferry Road, Chuckey, who allegedly took the truck.
According to Tweed's report, a female passenger in Odum's vehicle told police that Odum admitted earlier that she was with Crum when the truck was stolen.
Warrants on file at the Greene County Sheriff's Department charge Odum with being a party to the offense of theft over $10,000 but less than $60,000.
A warrant was issued for Crum, charging her with theft over $10,000.
The warrants make no further mention of the man reportedly seen in the surveillance video.