Dealer: Jeep Theft Started as Test Drive

Dealer: Jeep Theft Started as Test Drive

A Sheridan man is wanted by the police after a test drive of a used car turned into a probable vehicle theft.

Donovan Sullinger, an employee at Affordable Autos, said he handed over the keys to a gray 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee to Aaron Kristopher last week and hasn't seen it since.

The vehicle was fitted with demo plates numbered 205. The vehicle also had the price of the vehicle, $5800, stuck to the windshield in large yellow letters. Kristopher left a copy of his driver's license at the dealership before he took off. He's a white male in his early twenties and 6 foot 2 inches tall with blue eyes.

Anyone with information related to Kristopher's location or the whereabouts of the missing vehicle should notify the Sheridan Police Department at 672-2413.

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